FIA make key decision amid power unit reliability concerns

A meeting of the FIA world motorsport council has decided that teams will be allowed more leeway surrounding their power units after multiple failures in recent races. Between them, Red Bull and Ferrari have suffered seven reliability failures in the opening nine rounds of the season, while the Scuderia’s customer teams – Alfa Romeo and


FIA stresses exception to Formula 1’s engine freeze

FIA head of single-seaters technical matters, Nikolas Tombazis, has declared that engine performance up and down the grid is relatively uniform after the introduction of the freeze. The engine freeze is one of many alterations made to the technical regulations this season, with an E10 fuel blend – made up of 90 percent fossil fuels


Wolff warns there’s no ‘magic fix’ as Mercedes delay key upgrade

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff affirms that all hands are on deck as his team try to resolve the issues that have been hindering them in the early part of the 2022 season. Ground effect aerodynamics made a return under new technical regulations this year, leaving the cars running significantly lower to the ground than


Horner laments Ricciardo’s ‘spectacularly bad’ timing

Christian Horner has revealed that a lucrative offer was put in front of Daniel Ricciardo in 2018, and cited one of the Australian’s reasons for leaving as being a fear of lack of performance from Honda. Ricciardo won seven races in five seasons with Red Bull, finishing on the podium at his home race in

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