FIA prefers cost cap to new engine

FIA president Jean Todt admits he would rather introduce a cost cap on power units than allow a...

FIA to test new track limits deterrent

The FIA will test a new type of kerb designed to deter drivers from exceeding track limits and...

FIA to test three more cockpit protection solutions

The FIA will test three more cockpit protection solutions next month, with Mercedes working โ€œhand-in-handโ€ on its halo...

F1 closing on two-tier engine regulations

F1's power players are closing in onย plans to allow a second set of power unit regulations in the...

F1 cars to be louder in 2016

The FIA has moved to make Formula One cars louder via a technical regulation tweak. Since the switch...

Track invader arrested at Singapore GP

A man who ran on to the track during the Singapore Grand Prix has been arrested by local...

FIA to ramp up testing in cockpit safety push

Formula Oneโ€™s governing body, the FIA, is set to carry out further tests in an effort to improve...

FIA defines driver aid restrictions for 2016

The FIA has clarified the restrictions it will impose on driver aids in 2016 relating to radio and...

No more new teams for 2016, FIA confirms

This year's application process for more teams wishing to enter Formula One has ended with no successful candidates...

New start procedure could be 'messy' at Spa

The introduction of new starting procedures for the first race back at Spa after the summer shutdown could...

Mouton plays down Carmen Jorda criticism

Former WRC driver Michele Mouton has played down remarks that appeared critical of Lotus F1 development driver Carmen...

Superlicence requirements revised by FIA

The FIA has made a number of changes to its superlicence points system, adding weight to a number...