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Regulations changes for 2011 and beyond


 The following changes were made to the Sporting  Regulations :

– The article forbidding team orders (39.1) is deleted. Teams will be reminded that any actions liable to bring the sport into disrepute are dealt with under Article 151c of the International Sporting Code and any other relevant provisions
– Amendments to the list of penalties Stewards are permitted to apply
– Revisions to driving and driver conduct
– A limit on the width of the fast lane in the pits
– The introduction of a regulation permitting the Race Director to close the pit lane during a race for safety reasons
– Penalties to be applied to any driver who fails to use both specification of dry weather tyre during the race
– Clarification on when cars can overtake the safety car
 

and the following changes to  the Technical  regulations :

– The re-introduction of intermediate tyres for 2011
– An amendment requiring gearboxes to be used for five consecutive races, instead of four
– A refinement to the principles of the regulations already agreed concerning moveable rear wings
– A better definition of the reference plane, and reinforcement of bodywork deflection tests, especially at the front of the reference plane
– The allowance for anti-intrusion panels to protect drivers’ legs

– The effective outlawing of double diffusers 

 
Amendments to the 2012 Technical Regulations were made in the following areas:

– Team communications will be made available to broadcasters
– The inclusion of fuel compounds produced from biomass
– A limitation on suspension uprights

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