F1 observed itself in controversy when the Belgian GP was strike by hefty and persistent rain at Spa-Francorchamps final August, resulting in race start delays prior to it was officially started with formation laps behind the basic safety automobile.
After even further delays, the race was stopped by the stewards to target a time period when the rain was forecast to relieve off, but when that did not get there to provide adequate safe and sound conditions to restart the race, two complete race laps ended up done at the rear of the protection automobile to assure the race was official and a classification could be issued.
As a end result, Max Verstappen was declared the winner, with the best 10 awarded half details and is the shortest race in F1 background.
Following backlash from followers, the FIA has improved the regulations all over shortened races, with no factors awarded for a race unless a least of two laps have been accomplished by the race chief with out a security automobile or virtual safety car, indicating no points would have been awarded for previous year’s Belgian GP below the new policies.
The factors rules have been broken down more, with the top 5 receiving details if much more than two laps are finished by significantly less than 25% of the schedule race distance is finished.
If the race chief has finished amongst 25%-50% of the scheduled race distance, the top nine get details, whilst if the race leader has finished in between 50%-75% of the scheduled race distance, the top rated 10 receive details.
Here’s a complete breakdown of the new details program for every scheduled race length concluded:
No factors will be awarded unless of course a least of two laps have been concluded by the chief without the need of a Protection Automobile and/or Virtual Basic safety Auto intervention.
If the leader has done extra than two laps but fewer than 25% of the scheduled race distance, the major 5 finishers will be awarded points as follows:
1st – 6 factors
2nd – 4 details
3rd – 3 details
4th – 2 points
5th – 1 point
If the chief has completed 25% but less than 50% of the scheduled race distance, factors will be awarded as follows:
1st – 13 points
2nd – 10 points
3rd – 8 factors
4th – 6 factors
5th – 5 stage
6th – 4 points
7th – 3 factors
8th – 2 points
9th – 1 issue
If the chief has concluded 50% but considerably less than 75% of the scheduled race length, points will be awarded as follows:
1st – 19 details
2nd – 14 factors
3rd – 12 details
4th – 9 details
5th – 8 level
6th – 6 points
7th – 5 details
8th – 3 factors
9th – 2 points
10th – 1 position
The proposed updates to the F1 rules are established to be created official following approval by the FIA World Motor Activity Council.