The Rules of Formula 1. Car Rules. Tire Compounds. Licenses. Pit Rules. Safety Cars. Suspensions.
Formula 1 Racing teams must follow certain car requirements. These requirements are outlined in the FIA rulebook.
In Formula 1, there are certain rules regarding when you are allowed to change drivers. Teams are allowed to have four drivers on their roster.
A breakdown of Formula 1 Licenses, criteria for applicants, the Super License Points System, and Super License penalties and rules.
Formula 1 | Officials' Roles and Duties. All about the responsibilities of the delegates and officials that keep Formula 1 races running smoothly.
Formula 1 | Parc Fermé. All about parc fermé rules in Formula 1, including pre race, post race, the parc fermé area, and approved work and repairs.
Formula 1 racing teams must follow rules and regulations in the pit lane. These rules are put in place for driver and pit crew safety.
Formula 1 podium ceremonies are F1's way of celebrating the winners at the conclusion of a race, and include specific rules, traditions, and historical reasons as to why they do it.
Formula 1 | Practice Sessions. Rules about practice in Formula 1, including free practice, qualifying, and sprints.
Formula 1 Race Suspensions. All of the rules about race suspensions and restarts in Formula 1, including when standing and rolling starts are used.
What are the rules and regulations of Formula 1? Get ready to learn the basics of F1 and how it works.
Formula 1 safety cars ensure everyone stays safe when something dangerous happens on the track. Here is everything you need to know about F1 safety cars.
Formula 1 | Scrutineering. Everything you need to know about scrutineering rules and processes, as well as the powers and schedule of scrutineers.
All of the rules teams must follow when preparing and using spare cars and parts in Formula 1.
Formula 1 Starting Procedures. All about the rules governing the start of a race, including the reconnaissance lap, formation lap, and starting lights.
Formula 1 | Testing of Current Cars (TCC). All of the rules that teams and drivers must follow during preseason and postseason testing of current cars.
Formula 1 The Grid. 107 Percent Rule. Qualifying Procedures. Starting Position. Publication Times.
There are seven different types of tires in Formula 1. Here is a breakdown of the different types and their uses as well as advantages and disadvantages.
How does scoring work in Formula 1? How is Formula 1 scored? Here is a guide on how scoring in Formula 1 works.
A breakdown of how long an F1 race is, explaining the time, distance, and laps, as well as answers to FAQs.
What are the rules Formula 1 driving? What types of tires they can use in a race? What about penalties? There are many rules in F1, here are some of the basics.