Ebene Magazine – After rumors of delay, F1 confirms compliance with the technical rules for 2022

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Ebene Magazine - After rumors of delay, F1 confirms compliance with the technical rules for 2022

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Formula 1 remains determined to roll out all new regulations next year, although speculation could delay the changes until 2023.

The arrival of the next generation of ground-effect cars, designed to help improve racing, was due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic had already been postponed to 2022.

However, as the world is still fighting the effects of the disease and much of Europe is currently in strict lockdowns, a possible change to the plan had been discussed / p> The suggestion was that the current cars could be carried over for a third campaign, with the new regulations slated for 2023. However, F1 has made it clear that there will be no further delay in introducing the new rules in Considered, which Liberty has long considered essential to improving championship.

A spokesperson said: « Any suggestion, that the 2022 regulations will be delayed is wrong and has not been discussed.

« The new regulations are designed to improve competition on the track and allow our fans to race closer. Combined with the new financial rules, it will improve Formula One and create a healthier and stronger business model for all of sport. « 

The original 2021 delay was more than justified by the magnitude of the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic on its first Breakout, with F1 fearing some teams could collapse as a result of the crisis.

However, F1’s success in creating a full calendar in 2020 has eased worries about the survival of all current competitors.

Already Last year, some teams had talked about postponing the new rules until 2023 to cut costs, but this was strongly opposed by F1 Motorsport’s executive director Ross Brawn.

He argued that the new generation of Cars that are technically less complex than the current one would actually save money after the conversion.

In 2020 says e Brawn on some outfits that would like a delay: « I think some teams have made an effort to postpone them for another year.

 » I think it is justified to have these [current] cars in the next year because we are in the middle of the [lock]. That is completely justified.

« The initiatives we are taking with these new regulations are to make sport more economical in terms of the complexity in which the money is spent.

 » With the The cars we have now are so complex that the more you spend, the faster you go. We need to level this slope and create a situation where money is not the only priority for your competitiveness, so we need these new cars to level this slope. « 

Although F1 teams will have some higher costs due to the need to co-develop cars with their current challengers in 2022, introducing a budget cap this year means spending can’t get out of hand.

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