• Sat. Oct 24th, 2020

FE shortens qualifying group sessions for upcoming season

FE shortens qualifying group sessions for upcoming season
After the 19 June session of the WMSC, a 25% cut in tyre allocation and a limitation for on-place team personnel attending every high-tail meeting became once announced with a view to cut the championship’s environmental affect.

Now, since the 9 October gathering hosted by FIA president Jean Todt, for next season the group qualifying sessions can be shortened from six to four minutes in length.

The loads of key alterations affect the amount of recordsdata every of the 12 teams can accrue with a restriction on sensors and automobile management items imposed.

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The FIA bulletin read: “As Formula E prepares to change place and develop into a world championship starting up next season (2020-21), the FIA World Motor Sport Council has authorized the next series of cost-consolidation measures. Following measures already adopted by the WMSC on June 19, 2020, manufacturing parts – no longer major connected to a single supplier – and spare parts were minute.

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