FIA pushes F1 2021 regulations presentation to until October
The FIA has confirmed after the meeting on June 13 that the presentation of the 2021 F1 regulations and beyond will be done at the end of October.
The decision was taken unanimously in a meeting in Paris by the FIA, F1, Team Principals & Technical Directors, Pirelli representative and also driver representatives, to defer the presentation of the 2021 F1 regulations and beyond until October end.
The news comes after several meetings during the Canadian GP in Montreal, where reports suggested that the presentation will be deferred by few months than its original date at the end of June. It is now confirmed to take place at the end of October.
For the first time as well, the FIA noted the drivers present for the meeting, led by GPDA Director Alexander Wurz with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Renault's Nico Hulkenberg in attendance too - which comes after Jean Todt invited drivers for the meeting too.
More meetings will take place following today's decision to fix upon the regulations, giving chance to every voice possible. The technical regulations seems to be closer than ever but the commercial decision remains a point of discussion.
In case you want to read the full statement, you can find it here in the original story.
[Note: This story was also written by me on FormulaRapida.net]