Championship points and 2025 pre-season testing discussed in second Formula 1 Commission meeting of 2024

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 21: Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (1) Oracle Red Bull

The second meeting of the Formula 1 Commission in 2024 took place on April 25, chaired by FIA Single-Seater Director Nikolas Tombazis and Formula 1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali.

The commission discussed topics including alterations to championship points allocation, amendments to the Technical and Sporting Regulations and pre-season testing for 2025, following options presented by the Sporting Advisory Committee.

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Championship points

Commission members discussed a proposal for changes to the distribution of championship points, as described in Articles 6.4 and 6.5 of the Sporting Regulations.

It was agreed that further analysis of proposed changes was required with a view to a proposal to be presented to the F1 Commission meeting in July.

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 20: Pole position qualifier Max Verstappen of the Netherlands and Oracle

Championship points were discussed in the meeting

2025 Pre-season testing

Following discussions during the recent Sporting Advisory Committee, it was agreed that a proposal for 2025 pre-season testing dates/venues will be presented by Formula One Management for consideration by the F1 Commission.

Rear-facing cameras

The introduction of rear-facing cameras was agreed from the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix.

A number of minor changes were also approved for the Sporting and Financial Regulations.

All regulatory changes are subject to approval by the World Motor Sport Council.



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