The FIA will award the top three rookies in the championship with a substantial monetary prize
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“We must keep in mind the spirit of the Championship” – Stefano Domenicali
After an E-vote of the FIA Single-Seater Commission, the application by Carlin to have Nelson Piquet Jr race for the team at this weekend’s round of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship has been rejected by the FIA, as it is viewed to be against the spirit of the championship.
The FIA Formula 3 European Championship has confirmed 24 cars in its initial application process for the 2016 season
FIA Formula 3 European Championship announces initial entries – final deadline pushed back
The deadline for entries had been set for midnight on 15 February to allow for the calendar flexibility to potentially start the season earlier. However, with the opening round confirmed for 1-3 April, the FIA has chosen to move the final deadline back two weeks to give teams the best chance to finalise their programmes.
The FIA Malaysian affiliate (AAM) confirms Triple A as Promoter for Formula 4 South East Asia Championship
The Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) confirms the Malaysian company Asian Autosport Action Group (Triple A) Sdn Bhd as the Promoter for the new AAM Formula 4 South East Asia Championship, certified by FIA.
Marco Mattiacci has done little to reject rumours he is set to depart as Ferrari’s team boss.
Reports throughout the Abu Dhabi weekend suggested the Roman and former Ferrari North America chief, who arrived at Maranello in April to replace the suddenly-ousted Stefano Domenicali, is on the verge of himself being replaced.
A group of well-known F1 names will work with the sport’s governing body to investigate the crash of seriously injured driver Jules Bianchi.
It is already known that new processes for yellow flag periods, and safety skirts for recovery vehicles, will be looked into by the newly-formed ‘accident panel’ instigated by FIA president Jean Todt.
Jean Todt insists Ferrari is not in the sort of crisis today that he found at Maranello more than two decades ago.
Ferrari’s management revolution will have no impact on the driver lineup, new president Sergio Marchionne insists.
With Stefano Domenicali, Luca Marmorini and now long-time president Luca di Montezemolo all falling victim to the fabled team’s poor performance in 2014, it has been suggested the turmoil at Ferrari might also affect the drivers.