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Power units (PU)

• The PU must be cheaper, sim­pler, louder, have more power and re­duce the ne­ces­sity of grid penal­ties.

• It must re­main road-relevant, hy­brid, and al­low man­u­fac­tur­ers to build unique and orig­i­nal PUS.

• New PU rules must be at­trac­tive for new en­trants and cus­tomer teams must have ac­cess to equiv­a­lent per­for­mance.


• We be­lieve how you spend the money must be more de­ci­sive and im­por­tant than how much money you spend.

• While there will be some stan­dard­ised el­e­ments, car dif­fer­en­ti­a­tion must re­main a core value.

• Implement a cost cap that main­tains For­mula 1’s po­si­tion as the pin­na­cle of mo­tor­sport with a state-of-theart tech­nol­ogy.


• A sim­ple and stream­lined struc­ture be­tween the teams, the FIA and For­mula 1.


• The new rev­enue dis­tri­bu­tion cri­te­ria must be more bal­anced, based on mer­i­toc­racy of the cur­rent per­for­mance and re­ward suc­cess for the teams and the Com­mer­cial Rights Holder.

• F1s unique, his­tor­i­cal fran­chise and value must and will still be recog­nised.

• Rev­enue sup­port to both cars and en­gine sup­pli­ers.

Sport­ing and tech­ni­cal rules & reg­u­la­tions

• We must make cars more race­able to in­crease over­tak­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties.

• Engi­neer­ing tech­nol­ogy must re­main a cor­ner­stone, but driver’s skill must be the pre­dom­i­nant fac­tor in the per­for­mance of the car.

• The cars must and will re­main dif­fer­ent from each other and main­tain per­for­mance dif­fer­en­tia­tors like aero­dy­nam­ics, sus­pen­sions and PU per­for­mance. How­ever, we be­lieve ar­eas not relevant to fans need to be stan­dard­ised.

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