System one motorists will be needed to use unique tyre compounds all through distinctive levels of qualifying in a demo of a new structure future calendar year.
The improve to future year’s regulations is in-depth in current sporting polices for the latest time issued by the FIA.
The F1 Fee agreed before this 7 days to demo a reduction in the complete selection of tyre sets permitted for a race weekend from thirteen to eleven. This will consider put at two races future calendar year where by a ‘Revised Qualifying Format’ is to be employed.
Motorists will obtain 50 percent as numerous delicate compound tyres for these situations as typical – 4 as a substitute of 8. The allocations of medium and tricky tyres will raise by a person each individual, to 4 and 3 respectively. In a further more improve, motorists will be needed to use a person of each individual of these compounds all through the standard, 3-phase qualifying session.
Every single driver will only be permitted to operate on the most difficult compound of dry tyres in Q1. The medium compound will be obligatory in Q2 and these who achieve Q3 may perhaps only use the delicate tyres.
In a assertion produced just after the F1 Fee assembly on Tuesday, the FIA pointed out that a take a look at operate of minimized tyre compounds at two race weekends in the 2023 time would be carried out “to appraise the effect of the reduction in tyre allocation on monitor-working, with the all round intention to go to extra sustainable use of tyres in the long run.”
Regulations improvements accepted for this calendar year incorporate scrapping the utmost selection of tyre screening times of thirty permitted in the time, as effectively as clarifications more than the use of so-referred to as ‘mule cars’ and what the FIA will recognise as ‘genuine auto damage’ sustained in incidents for regulations applications.
The Fee also mentioned increasing the selection of dash races to 6 future calendar year, but the FIA is nevertheless to grant its acceptance for the improve. The initially version of the 2023 F1 sporting polices has nevertheless to be released.
Revised 2023 F1 driver tyre allocationsTyreRevised Qualifying FormatQualifyingSprint RaceSoft486Medium434Hard322Total1113122023 F1 time
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