Why teams are at loggerheads over F1's revolution

Why teams are at loggerheads over F1's revolution

The rules for Formula 1's new era in 2021 should have been rubber-stamped this week, but instead a fresh row has developed over postponement and hidden agendas. This is the full story of how F1 reached this point

The saga of the 2021 Formula 1 technical regulations takes another turn in Paris this week when we learn whether the deadline for rubber stamping them will be postponed until October, allowing another four months to complete the process.

Until now we've been heading for a June deadline, one imposed upon F1 by an unusual set of circumstances - namely wholesale changes to the technical and sporting regulations aligning with the end of the Concorde Agreement.

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