Re: F1 Vijesti
Posted: 02.11.2019., 22:00
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14.3. Rear view mirrors:
14.3.1 All cars must have two mirrors positioned symmetrically about the car’s centre plane and
mounted so that the driver has visibility to the rear and both sides of the car: mirrors must
remain immobile in relation to the sprung part of the car. Mirrors should be virtually removed
for all legality aspects of Article 3 to be satisfied.
A mirror is defined to be the assembly of the following components:
- one reflective surface
- its housing
- mountings which connect the housing to the sprung part of the car.
14.3.2 The reflective surface of each mirror must be a rectangle which is 150mm wide and 50mm high
(+2mm/‐0mm for both dimensions), with a radius no greater than 10mm applied to each
The reflective surface must be contained within the housing described in the article 14.3.3.
Non‐planar reflective surfaces are permitted provided that they can project onto a rectangle of
the dimensions specified in this Article.
14.3.3 The housing must be contained within a volume that has:
a) Upper and lower faces parallel to the reference plane and separated by 80mm
b) Inner and outer faces parallel to the car centre plane and separated by 160mm
c) A rear face normal to the reference plane, at an angle of between 60° and 70° to the car
centre plane with its outer edge rearwards of its inner edge
d) A front face parallel to and 75mm forward the rear face when measured in the direction of
the car centre line
The lower rear inboard vertex of this volume must lie between 605mm and 730mm forward of
plane C‐C, between 420mm and 470mm from the car centre plane and between 600mm and
640mm above the reference plane.
No part of the housing or its mountings may obstruct the driver’s rearward vision.
14.3.4 There must be no more than two mountings connecting the mirror housing to the bodywork.
a. A maximum of one mounting may connect the mirror housing to the survival cell. Such a
mirror mounting must:
- Lie between two vertical lateral planes, located at the forward and rearward
extremities of the inboard face of the volume defined in the article 14.3.3
- Lie between two horizontal planes, one 550mm above the reference plane, and one
parallel to and offset upward by 25mm from the lower face of the volume defined in
the article 14.3.3
- Lie inboard of the inboard face of the volume defined in 14.3.3
- Form no more than a single section when intersected by any longitudinal vertical or
b. Any other mirror mounting must lie in its entirety between two vertical longitudinal planes
which pass through the innermost and outermost point of the volume defined in the
article 14.3.3, and when viewed from above must not protrude more forward than the
volume defined in the article 14.3.3 or more than 50mm rearward than the diagonal line
defined in Article 3.5.5 (d). Furthermore, any intersection of each such mirror mounting
with a vertical lateral plane must:
- Form a single section
- Be no more than 50mm high or 10mm wide
- Lie between 550mm above the reference plane and a horizontal plane that passes
through the lower face of the volume defined in 14.3.3
14.3.5 Teams will be required on request to supply the FIA with CAD data with regard to the visibility
of their mirror arrangement, and the FIA will retain the right to modify the dimensions in
Article 14.3 should it become apparent that the mirror position does not meet the safety
Formula 1 is looking at introducing artificial late-race restarts after the dramatic final laps of last weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
A NASCAR-style format, where cars are bunched up before the finish is being examined, said Ross Brawn, F1's managing director of motor sport.
NASCAR's Chase format employs a stage racing model. Races are split into three portions, with two artificial yellow flags or cautions thrown during the first half of the race.
The cautions bring the field back together to promote close racing under rolling restart conditions, though yellow flags are only thrown for genuine hazards in the final half.
Drivers within the top 10 as the stage ends are awarded stage points for their position.
Should the time taken to initiate a restart exceed the number of laps remaining in the race, a 'green-white-chequer' shootout is staged until a winner is decided regardless of over-running the scheduled race distance.
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