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Number of races increased to 21 in Formula 1
TRT

Number of races increased to 21 in Formula 1

The 2014 World Motor Sport Council, held in Qatar, decided that the 2015 Formula 1 schedule would include two additional Grand Prix races, in Mexico and in South Korea. According to the statement made by the federation, also known as the FIA, the ... TRT, 2 weeks ago
WTCC not to return to Macau next year Macau Daily Times, 2 weeks ago
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F1: FIA's WMSC scraps double points and standings restarts

A certain number of changes to the Formula 1 sporting regulations were approved by the members of the FIA World Motor Sport Council Wednesday in Doha. The following decisions were taken: Points Points for both titles will no longer be doubled ...
 Auto123.com2 weeks ago World Motor Sport Council Overview  European Motor News2 weeks ago F1: FIA sets new criteria for the issuing of super licences  Auto123.com2 weeks ago Double points, standing restarts dropped  Yahoo! News South Africa2 weeks ago
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F1: Jean Todt says Max Verstappen ''too young'' for F1

From GMM Jean Todt says Max Verstappen is "too young" for Formula 1. At the most recent meeting of the World Motor Sport Council, the FIA agreed to impose a new minimum of 18 years as well as other criteria for drivers applying for a F1 super ...
 Auto123.com4 days ago Verstappen too young for F1 Todt  Inautonews4 days ago
Crash.net

FIA announces 21-race calendar for 2015

Share F1 governing body, FIA has finally published a 21-race calendar and some regulation changes for the 2015 season Following a meeting of its World Motor Sport Council in Doha, FIA has finally published a 21-race calendar for the 2015 season of ...
 Zigwheels2 weeks ago Korea added to 21-race 2015 F1 calendar  Crash.net2 weeks ago 21-race F1 season proposed for 2015  BBC2 weeks ago ERC: Provisional calendar published  Crash.net1 month ago
Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies

Youth, Sports Minister Participates in FIA General Assembly's Closing Session

Doha, December 05 (QNA) - HE Minister of Youth and Sports Salah bin Ghanim Al Ali took part Friday in the closing session of the International Automobile Federation's (FIA) World Motor Sport Council 2014, which was held in Doha over five days with ...
 Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies1 week ago Qatar- HE Prime Minister Meets FIA President  MENAFN2 weeks ago Doha welcomes FIA family  Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago
Business Insider

F1 Accident Panel: Bianchi did not slow sufficiently

The Accident Panel set up by the FIA to investigate the circumstances surrounding Jules Bianchi's crash in the Japanese Grand Prix says one of the key issues was that Bianchi did not slow sufficiently. Bianchi left the track at high speed and hit a ...
 Crash.net2 weeks ago Former World Champion Racer Will Investigate Japan Formula 1 Crash  Business Insider1 month ago Brawn, Domenicali to investigate Bianchi crash  Inautonews1 month ago F1 legends head Bianchi crash probe  IOL1 month ago
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Sky Sports

Double points scrapped for 2015

The FIA has confirmed it will scrap the controversial double points finale to the F1 season as part of a raft of rule changes approved at the World Motor Sport Council meeting in Doha. The decision to award double points in Abu Dhabi this year ...
 Sky Sports2 weeks ago Double points finale scrapped  Dominion Post3 weeks ago Double points for final Formula One race to be scrapped  Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago Double F1 final race points to be 'axed'  Racing and Sports3 weeks ago
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IOL

Ailing Caterham gets 2015 F1 boost

London - The struggling Caterham outfit have been given special dispensation to compete in next year's world championship with this year's car should a buyer be found for the British-based Formula One team. This move by Grand Prix chiefs, due to ...
 IOL2 weeks ago Formula One: Ailing Caterham Get 2015 Boost  Naharnet2 weeks ago Ailing Caterham F1 team get 2015 boost  Yahoo! Malaysia2 weeks ago Ailing Caterham get 2015 boost  Motorsport.co.uk2 weeks ago
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AOL UK

FIA panel draw up recommendations

The FIA's recently-formed Accident Panel has drawn up a list of recommendations in light of the incident that almost cost Jules Bianchi his life. The Panel was swiftly formed in the wake of Bianchi's crash during the Japanese Grand Prix on October ...
 AOL UK2 weeks ago FIA sets up Bianchi Accident Panel Press Association  MSN UK1 month ago FIA confirms panel for Bianchi probe  Yahoo! News1 month ago Jules Bianchi crash: FIA announce investigative panel including Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali  Irish Mirror1 month ago
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Auto123.com

FIA gives former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali single-seater role

Former Scuderia Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali will replace Gerhard Berger at the head of the FIA single-seater commission. Berger, himself a former Ferrari F1 driver, was given the job by the FIA to supervise and revamped the single-seater ladder ...
 Auto123.com2 weeks ago FIA Accident Panel revealed  Sky Sports1 month ago F1: FIA creates Accident Panel after Jules Bianchi's accident  Auto123.com1 month ago Brawn and Domenicali on Bianchi accident panel  Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago
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