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These days, rumors have surfaced that the introduction of the new technical ordinance could be delayed until 2023, but F1 has denied this.
New rules that should bring us closer racing and more attractive cars were supposed to be introduced in 2021, but due to the crisis caused by the pandemic that initially caused fear of the failure of some teams, the introduction was postponed to 2022.
The new wave of coronavirus currently holds most of the world, especially Europe - the base of all teams, in a kind of lockdown, so there was reportedly talk of a possible extension of the current rules. A Formula 1 spokesman denied this:
"Any assumption of postponing the 2022 ordinance is wrong and has not been discussed."
“The new rules were created to increase competition on the track and provide closer racing to our fans. This, combined with the new financial rules, will improve F1 and create a healthier and stronger business model for the whole sport. ”
Although the costs of developing new cars will certainly increase, the newly introduced budget constraint will keep them under control.
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