Formula One stewards have been given new penalties to investigate incidents during races in 2017.
Drivers will be allowed to use more fuel next year but ‘stockpiling’ power units has been banned in the latest version of the 2017 rule book, published today.
Rolling starts behind the Safety Car will remain possible in 2017 despite new rules to increase the use of standing starts in wet conditions being introduced.
Drivers will be unable to ‘stockpile’ power unit parts from next season. Further rules changes have also been announced by the FIA.
The FIA has confirmed it will attempt to use standing starts more often in wet races from next year.
We’re passed the halfway point in the season and teams are focusing on the big changes coming in 2017. Here’s what we know about next year’s championship.
Which new rules begin this weekend? Which have been postponed to 2017 or 2018? And which are still being argued over? Find out here.
Christian Horner has described Formula One’s new engine deal for 2017 to 2020 as a “weak agreement” while manufacturer representatives back the rules change.
Compare F1 Fanatic’s images of the current and planned designs to see what the 2017 regulations will mean for the next generation of cars.
The FIA has announced details of a new agreement to reduce the cost of F1 power units. It also intends to harmonise engine performance levels and increase the noise.
The FIA has revised its expectation of how much quicker Formula One cars will be in 2017 following changes to the planned technical rules for next season.
Plans for higher-performance F1 cars and increased driver head protection next season have taken a step forward.