Monday, December 09, 2013

new Formula 1 rules: double points @ final race

Some of the new rules (not technical on the cars)

1) Double drivers’ and constructors’ points will be awarded at the final race of the Formula One season (Abu Dhabi in 2014) in order to maximise focus on the Championship until the end of the campaign.

the perplexity of purists is that a win at soulless Abu Dhabi will be worth double one at a classic track such as Monza, Spa, Suzuka, Monaco or Silverstone

2) The principle of a global cost cap has been adopted. The limit will be applied from January 2015.

A resource-restriction agreement was introduced in 2011 but it has been fraught with difficulties and attempts to introduce a cap on total spending by each team have so far been rejected, primarily by Red Bull...

3) Drivers will be asked to choose their race number, between 2 and 99, for the duration of their career in the FIA Formula One World Championship. Number 1 will be reserved for the current World Champion, should he choose to use it
(he will...)

If more than one driver choses the same number, priority will be given to the driver who finished highest in the previous year’s championship.

4) The principle of a five-second penalty for minor infringements was agreed. In what form such a penalty will be applied will be discussed with Formula One’s teams in order that a new regulation be introduced for 2014 season.

5) A trophy will be awarded to the driver who sets the most pole positions during the championship season.

Red Bull fans (Alonso haters) said they're doing everything to help Alonso... yeah, like this year when they changed the tyres and then Vettel won all the races...
Alonso is still the fastest driver, despite jealous haters.


+ Pirelli tyre test – Bahrain, 17-19 December 2013

The F1 Commission agreed to a change to the 2013 Sporting Regulations, on safety grounds, allowing the Formula One tyre supplier to carry out a three-day test. All Formula One teams have been invited to take part in the test and only 4 have [maybe] accepted: Red Bull Racing, Mercedes, Ferrari, and Toro Rosso.

McLaren and Force India will NOT be taking part despite both being named as participating in FIA's announcement...
a spokesman for Force India made clear that the late timing of the test's confirmation meant they didn't have sufficient notice to freight cars and equipment to Bahrain in order to begin testing in seven days' time...


Red Bull confirmed to have a fake champion, once again.
Also, when he moans about double points at the final race from 2014, it's nonsense. He would have had even more points. He's one of those faking to be honest...

La FIA ha confermato che la nuova regola della numerazione fissa è stata fatta apposta per Mazzoni.
Mescolando numeri con aneddoti legati a quelli, andrà in brodo di giuggiole
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