F1 Commision to let the tires do the work being assigned as this might create a conflict
F1 Commision to let the tires do the work being assigned as this might create a conflict

New Delhi:- The Formula 1 Committee has voted to postpone the introduction of a wrap ban on dry tires until 2024, with further discussions and testing on the subject to continue until 2025.

The 2023 Pirelli tire testing program focuses on analyzing the elimination of tire use as part of the sport's environmental and cost goals.

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Pirelli reported on the results of these tests, with the results suggesting that "changes can be made in the required target specifications for 2024, however, they have decided to postpone the introduction of a global tire ban on dry tires by 2024 and to continue this discussion and other trials until 2025.”

Meanwhile, the Commission - meeting on Friday morning at Spa-Francorchamps - also discussed the issue of powertrain balance.

The FIA ​​has also analyzed the performance of a car's powertrain for the first half of 2023 and concluded that, in its words, there is a "remarkable performance gap between rivals". Accordingly, the power unit manufacturers represented on the Commission have agreed to authorize the energy unit advisory committee to examine this subject and submit proposals to the Commission.

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Elsewhere, the Commission has approved pre-season testing next year to take place outside of Europe, less than 10 days before the first race of the season. It will take place in Bahrain from February 21 to 23.

Teams will remain in Bahrain for the inaugural race of the season from February 29 to March 2. Work will continue to achieve the goal of closing the gap between the teams with different levels of infrastructure. under the Financial Settlement Agreement.

Work continues rapidly on the 2026 chassis specification, with the FIA ​​analyzing the most effective ways to significantly reduce the size and weight of cars, as well as improve energy management. quantity on machines.  

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The F1 commission after the meeting between all Team principles got up to a conclusion to let the tires be tested as this might differ the gap between the competitors as analyzed before.

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