Formula 1 drivers will no longer get penalties for collisions except in extreme cases, said the FIA.
Last season, many criticized the governing body for the excessively cruel punishment.
For example, the punishment of Nico Rosberg for a slight collision with Kimi Raikkonen during the Grand Prix of Malaysia seemed to Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is absurd.
Many began to suspect that because of this, the racers once again don’t want to overtake.
After a meeting of the F1 Commission and world Council of Motorsport last week, it was decided that from now on, riders will obtain penalties for those incidents where their wine is obvious.
Also, only the stewards will decide to consider them a particular incident or not.
Revised under article 38.2, paragraph “a” States: “the severity of the penalty for the incidents is at the discretion of the stewards. If no obvious fault of the driver in the accident, then no one will receive punishment.”
Changes were also usually open pit lane before the race.
To riders are not late for the singing of the national anthem, the pit lane will be opened half an hour before the start of the race and closed in ten minutes. Riders are required to be present during the anthem, which begins in 14 minutes before the start.
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