Tag: F1 Regulations

Why Wait Till 2021, When F1 Can Improve In 2019?

Posted: May 3, 2018 at 10:01 am   /   F1 Features

Formula 1 needs to change. This has been the outcry of teams, drivers, media, fans and even sponsors for the last decade or more. It seems that the new owners of the sport have taken to this suggestion very seriously. First, they changed the logo; next, they banned the grid girls – changes that didn’t […]

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Inside Line F1 Podcast: Racing First, Engineering Later

Posted: March 5, 2014 at 6:28 pm   /   F1 Podcast

 With the pre-season tests of the 2014 Formula1 Season behind us, it is fairly evident that Formula1 will be in pursuit of engineering solutions to finish races rather than race towards the finish! There are umpteen websites that have summarised the numbers accumulated from the pre-season tests, but for a change, the one thing we […]

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Did The FIA React Correctly To The Ride Height System Episode?

Posted: January 28, 2012 at 9:14 pm   /   F1 News, F1 Regulations, FIA

I know I am late on this topic but the FIA’s reactions on the reactive ride height system did call for a post, so here it is! For starters, what is a ‘reactive ride height system’? Formula1 is still new to the Indian viewing audiences and hence this explanation. This system controls ‘ride height’, the […]

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Electric Power In The Formula1 Pit Lane From 2014 – Will The Cars Sound Right?

Posted: August 10, 2011 at 7:56 pm   /   F1 News, F1 Regulations, F1 Rules

After back-to-back Formula1 GPs, we are now in the middle of the mandatory August shut down in Formula1. The next race is only on the last weekend of August, but to keep us busy till then, the Indian Racing League and its ambitious ‘i1 Super Series’ were announced in Mumbai last week. You could read […]

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