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FIA willing to defer new points system

Formula One racings governing body, the FIA, has said it is willing to postpone the planned introduction of a new points system until 2010 if the teams are unhappy with making the change for the 2009 season.

Driver with most race wins to become 2009 champion

Formula One racings governing body, the FIA, has approved a change to the points systems for this years drivers championship, which will see the title awarded to the driver with the most race wins. The rest of the standings, from second to last place, will be decided by the current points system.

FIA readying ‘radical proposals for 2010 budgets

Formula One racings governing body, the FIA, announced Friday that it is preparing radical rule change proposals for 2010, designed to allow teams to be competitive on a fraction of the current budgets.

New safety car rules for 2009

FIA race director Charlie Whiting has confirmed that the safety car rules have been altered for the 2009 season. The previous regulations, which saw the pit lane closed for a period of time after the safety car's deployment, came under intense scrutiny last year after several drivers were penalised for pitting to avoid running out of fuel.

Moveable aerodynamics could be the future, says FIA

FIA President Max Mosley has suggested that embracing the use of moveable aerodynamic devices could be the best route to increasing the amount of overtaking in Formula One racing.

FIA confirms radical cost-cutting plans

Following Fridays meeting of its World Motor Sport Council in Monaco, the FIA has confirmed details of the cost-cutting measures agreed with the teams for 2009 and beyond.

Cosworth win FIA standard engine tender

The legendary Cosworth name could return to Formula One racing in 2010 if the FIA pushes ahead with plans to introduce standardised engines, one of three options being offered to the teams should they fail to come up with their own viable cost-cutting measures.

A beginners guide to the 2009 rule changes

The FIA have made a number of changes to the Sporting and Technical Regulations for the 2009 Formula One season, and the results of some have already been seen in testing.

FIA releases further details of cost-cutting proposals

Formula One racings governing body, the FIA, has published the full agenda for its planned Tuesday meeting with the teams in Geneva. Cost cuts - and how to achieve them - is the main topic up for discussion.

FIA issue revised 2009 Formula One calendar

On Tuesday Formula One racings governing body, the FIA, released an amended calendar for the 2009 world championship. A provisional schedule was issued in June.

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Flash news

Toyota to unveil TF109 in mid January

Toyota will launch the new TF109 and its race livery on 15 January 2009. However, as part of the teams commitment to cutting costs in Formula One racing, there will be no traditional launch ceremony.

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Jenson Button
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Paul di Resta
Nico Hulkenberg
Kamui Kobayashi
Sergio Perez
Daniel Ricciardo
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