Categorized | Featured Stories, News

F1 Commission members have until Friday to vote on 2017 engines

F1 Commission to vote on 2017 engine rules

Members of the F1 Commission have until Friday to submit their fax vote concerning the 2017 engine regulations, according to a report on Autosport.

The F1 Commission and the F1 strategy group met on Tuesday to discuss the new 2017 engine rules, ahead of Saturday’s deadline to have planned rule changes for 2017 finalised.

According to Autosport, the Strategy Group agreed on a proposal that addressed “the cost, availability of supply, noise and performance convergence of F1 engines”.

The F1 Commission was however unable to vote as it did not have a quorum. A fax vote is currently being carried out in lieu of this. Members of the F1 Commission will have until lunchtime on Friday to cast their votes. It is expected that the proposal will get approval from the F1 Commission before being put before the World Motor Sport Council for ratification.

About Adele Groenendaal

Some say she's Murray Walker's illegitimate offspring. Others say she was a right wheel-gunner for the Lotus F1 team. All we know is Adele has high octane fuel running through her veins and Formula One is her passion. Follow Adele on Twitter @aprilrain500

Leave a Reply

twitter-2   facebook   rss 

Countdown to Next Race

weeks
0
0
days
0
4
hours
0
2
minutes
2
7
seconds
2
6

2017 United States GP Broadcast Times

CDTGMTGMT+2Local
Free Practice 1Friday 10:00Friday 15:00Friday 17:00Friday 10:00
Free Practice 2Friday 14:00Friday 19:00Friday 21:00Friday 14:00
Free Practice 3Saturday 11:00Saturday 16:00Saturday 18:00Saturday 11:00
QualifyingSaturday 16:00Saturday 21:00Saturday 23:00Saturday 16:00
RaceSunday 14:00Sunday 19:00Sunday 21:00Sunday 14:00

2017 Drivers Championship

Pos.DriverPoints
1 Lewis Hamilton306
2 Sebastian Vettel247
3 Valtteri Bottas234
4 Daniel Ricciardo192
5 Kimi Raikkonen148
> Full Championship Table

Twitter

Facebook

%d bloggers like this: