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Domenicali: “I want to continue to maximise the best outcomes for the sport “

In the afternoon, the main points of debate within the F1 Commision were shared

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F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali ensured 2023 has all the correct premises to continue the positive trend of the sport, as this afternoon, the key topics of discussion within the F1 Commission were made public. 

F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali on the grid
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali on the grid. Image Credit: Formula 1

As the 2022 season ends, the F1 Commission has already declared the main points of discussion and possible changes for the future of the sport. In particular, among the problems to be solved are low visibility during wet races, grid and power unit penalties, the possible abolishment of tyre blankets, and the activation of DRS.

Moreover, the 2023 calendar will see the number of sprint races go up to six, more than ever. As a consequence, the F1 Commission announced a revision to the system of Accident damage allowance and parc fermè for those events. Finally, recent controversies will result in amendments to technical and financial regulations as well as a review from the FIA of its regulatory and judicial processes.

Domenicali: “Working hard together to continuously improve the sport”

Following one of F1’s most successful seasons to date, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali said. as reported by the FIA the work to make the sport better will continue:

“Formula 1 has had an incredible season and continues to grow around the world. That would not be possible without the work of everyone involved at the Commission level and all their teams. We are all working hard together to continuously improve the sport for our fans and the President and I want to continue to maximise the best outcomes for the sport so that 2023 can be an even better year for Formula 1.”

On his side, FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem went on to add: “Formula 1 is clearly in a very strong position at the moment, and this growth and prosperity is thanks in no small part to the hard work of all the FIA staff, officials and volunteers and to Stefano Domenicali and his organisation. I would like to thank them all, and of course also the Competitors represented here at the Formula 1 Commission who have put on a fantastic show this year. Based on recent races, I think we can expect another very exciting year in 2023, and we will continue to make strides to improve the sport across all areas and ensure that the growth we have seen this year continues.”

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