F1 2021: Live Announcement

One of the most radical shake-ups in F1 history comes into effect in 2021 - a new car, new rules, and new cost controls, all of which will reshape Grand Prix racing as we know it. We’re live from Austin for the official unveiling, courtesy of Formula 1 and the FIA…
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  • Nikolas sounds like a boer lol

    Jason MamesJason MamesHace 28 días
  • govno

    andrei zubovandrei zubovHace 28 días
  • Thanks for the insight. Looking forward to the next five years of F1. I do like to watch a race without many adverts though. (Too many seep into American sports broadcasting from what i'v seen)

    DruidDruidHace un mes
  • The lack of enthusiasm is stunning

    Cam FCam FHace 2 meses
  • Where is the video when max and the other young drivers are talking about the car? Can't seem it find. :|

    RobinRobinHace 3 meses
  • They talk about a single supplier? Seems like someone is going to get filthy rich! What ticks me off is the FIA is taking away what makes F1 awsome and thats the technology development part, about developing and building the best car, now that gona make all the cars run like Williams like wtf, there will come a day where Manufacturers like Ferrari walk away from the sport and then F1 dies!!!

    Sjandre StrydomSjandre StrydomHace 3 meses
  • Y cant fia just make 2019 car same for 2021 but the bargeboard will be standardized rather that invest on this design

    sir agoy agaysir agoy agayHace 3 meses
  • I know there will still be more powerful teams but this definitely is a huge step towards fair play. I can't wait for 2021. It will be very exciting to see Russell, Sainz, Ocon, Norris and all these new drivers with a bright future.

    Jefferson Antonio Sabando MaldonadoJefferson Antonio Sabando MaldonadoHace 3 meses
  • Ew, the cars look SO ugly. Bring back f1 2017!

    Michael ReevesMichael ReevesHace 3 meses
  • jean todt your the fucking fia president and you can't even speak prober fucking englishe useless franceman. where are the fucking subtitles ?

    Robbin vanRobbin vanHace 3 meses
  • 2021 will finally show us ... how"s the best Team ... the best Driver.I love those regulations.

    FaDezZFaDezZHace 3 meses
  • LAME, FAKE, GAY and anything but F1. This is gonna be the worst season ever. People will quit watching

    FiremarioflowerFiremarioflowerHace 3 meses
  • Båb

    LintanLintanHace 3 meses
  • Cool

    Brayden MeilaqBrayden MeilaqHace 3 meses
  • Hmmmm, a bit too much arse covering and politically correct talk here. The question about new teams (which was a key aim, originally) was not answered. Their grim faces tell the real story: F1 is crippled by politics and money, and those fans who are interested enough to pay their hard earned money to watch it won’t see much change. Reality hasn’t gripped the sport yet.

    Molloo3Molloo3Hace 3 meses
  • INDYCAR 2.0

    skunk works 21skunk works 21Hace 3 meses
    • So... an improvement?

      Steven RattiSteven RattiHace 3 meses
  • All these regulations means one thing: more private companies entering F1 in 2021 Prefabricated ‘box car’, assemble in your garage, race on weekends.

    Adriaan van AswegenAdriaan van AswegenHace 3 meses
  • 2030will need to be electric cars

    cressheadcressheadHace 3 meses
  • NEW STYLE NEW TURBO NEW COLOR GP2 ENGINE

    KANGKONG GAMINGKANGKONG GAMINGHace 3 meses
  • Hope this will be game intro for 2021

    Ghost Fighter2Ghost Fighter2Hace 3 meses
  • bring back the V12

    Tanyaradzwa ChagondaTanyaradzwa ChagondaHace 3 meses
  • F1 2021 Willians will return?

    nickname87nickname87Hace 3 meses
  • Nascar did this exact same change to bring cars closer and look how it failed

    JR TortelliniJR TortelliniHace 3 meses
  • The unfortunate fact is that the best of F1 is behind us. The future of F1 will be for another generation of viewers who would not of its past. A perfect example of this, is the loss of the sound of F1. When F1 goes to prospective venues, they dont bring todays F1 cars.. they bring the Screaming F1 cars of decades past. Because that is the true sound and vibe of F1, and they know thats something they can sell, not todays muffeled sounding cars. F1 does indeed need more of a even playing field for its teams. But a great deal of that was lost when regulations removed refueling from racing. F1 regulations removed the chances for race day errors to be made, as such, well funded teams doubled down on getting thru a race with as little interference from the team as possible. Two stop strategies and such. Circuits were renovated and improved to the point where only rain or extreme heat could bring physical challenges to race day. Less drag is good, but keeping drs is bad, as its an artificial advantage, and allows drivers a handicap. Nah,, for me F1 is not what it use to be. But i also remember that i saw all this coming decades ago. because the sport is built on who has the deepest pockets. And the deepest pockets often get the best people, more importantly the best engineers and drivers. I hope the F1 governing body has goten it right this time, becuase based on track record, every change they made only made matters worst season after season.

    xevious2501xevious2501Hace 3 meses
  • It’s harder to race and control heavier cars. The cars should weigh 700 kg at maximum

    Dokun AkintolaDokun AkintolaHace 3 meses
    • Interesting point of view. Thing is, if that were so in, say, aviation, modern aircraft would still be made of wood and fabric, instead of advanced composites, metals, and tons of fuel. Perhaps the cars should be heavier, and full of batteries or hydrogen fuel cells or something. Some of the best cars I've ever driven have been fairly heavy. Sure, a few of the best have been pretty light, too, but my argument still works.

      Steven RattiSteven RattiHace 3 meses
  • I agree with the financial budget caps and also better distribution to teams of profits but standardising the design of cars is the thin edge of the wedge which may eventually lead to a standard car. F1 is not just racing but Also about innovation and one of the unintended consequences of these regulations Is that it may stifle r&d. Teams now have budgets , let them spend it however they want.

    Chi LokChi LokHace 3 meses
    • Thing with a standardized car is, it becomes less about the car, and more about the driver. That sort of thing could well be quite interesting.

      Steven RattiSteven RattiHace 3 meses
  • Shame, the plug n play engine design isn't mandatory in this new regs

    Arief Ramadhan BudiarsaArief Ramadhan BudiarsaHace 3 meses
  • 2021 - Formula-Indy. Apparently no one checked to see how "standardizing" has resulted in a very poor formula.

    James MackJames MackHace 3 meses
    • Exactly, nobody watches those 'exciting' Indycar races, I just care about superior tech and constructors

      Geert MatthysGeert MatthysHace 3 días
  • why use kinematics standards to reduce costs?? the cost cap should cover the objective to reduce costs. reducing the interest in watching the sport with this crap

    James MackJames MackHace 3 meses
  • so they want the pieces that may come off the car to stay in bigger pieces which will impact cars, drivers behind? that's safe?

    James MackJames MackHace 3 meses
  • Australian grand prix 2021: 'And it's another Mercedes 1-2'

    Jahanzeb SarfrazJahanzeb SarfrazHace 3 meses
  • As soon as they mentioned “climate change“ I lost quite a bit of respect for formula 1. 🤦🏻‍♂️

    Petrol OPetrol OHace 3 meses
    • aidan That may happen in thousands of years time. They are still finding vast resources of oil reserves, not just on land but a bit offshore in many areas including the Mediterranean.

      Petrol OPetrol OHace 2 meses
    • Another issue is that one day will run out of the fuel to power the cars, F1 needs to find alternatives to power the cars in order to survive. Thats why biofuels is being considered to power F1.

      aidanaidanHace 2 meses
    • Steven Ratti I believe the whole climate change topic is grossly over exaggerated with half truths and agendas behind the scenes. It doesn’t mean we become irresponsible and not watch what we do, we do the right things and control pollution in a reasonable way but not with scare tactics and doom and gloom propaganda

      Petrol OPetrol OHace 3 meses
    • Why? Because they might actually recognize that even motor sports need to pay attention to reality? The reality is, hydrocarbon pollution is killing the planet. So, why not seek to move the sport forward, towards cars that don't make the problems worse? Sure, the eventual wholesale adoption of electric cars will cut down on the thrill of hearing the car engines roaring, but... change is part of life. And if we don't change things, life won't continue too damn long.

      Steven RattiSteven RattiHace 3 meses
  • The french lord sugar

    Harley GHarley GHace 3 meses
  • increasing the use of bio-fuels is a step backwards environmentally speaking. you're wasting effort there

    James MackJames MackHace 3 meses
  • This is the American philosophy. 👎 F1 won't be the same.

    Alfredo FabbrettiAlfredo FabbrettiHace 3 meses
    • So... a philosophy that suggests that motor sports might not make the environment worse is somehow bad? And, it's hardly an American philosophy, considering that even China, of all places, is cutting down on emissions.

      Steven RattiSteven RattiHace 3 meses
    • Americans already ruined f1 in 2017 to be honest

      Matt BMatt BHace 3 meses
  • Brake pads should NOT be limited. It’s ludicrous as brakes are a critical safety system

    abitoutofsortsabitoutofsortsHace 3 meses
  • justification for investment is what lead to the most efficient power plant this planet has ever seen. from the financial perspective, the less tinkering the better.

    James MackJames MackHace 3 meses
  • Atmospheric engines + tire wars + refueling = really interesting F1

    Artem HachevskyiArtem HachevskyiHace 3 meses
    • Engines that had to be replaces after each race + the Michelin disaster + refueling accidents = really expensive and dangerous F1 only the top 4 teams can afford.

      OskarSjodinOskarSjodinHace 3 meses
  • I think the new rules sound good. The fact they've got someone like Ross brawn involved they should be. If this doesn't work F1 is basically finished.

    36hounddogg36hounddoggHace 3 meses
  • Jean, Ross, and Nicholas: It's like the old Ferrari gang

    Erwin NacinoErwin NacinoHace 3 meses
  • At least make it a V8! And we need multiple tire suppliers to spur development of good tires, just like the engines. Remember Bridgestone vs Michelin??

    Sayak BiswasSayak BiswasHace 3 meses
  • everything Ross said is completely stupid the cars are already goodlooking and if bits fall of the car because the driver ran in to the grass and the performance drops is part of the exitement, more robust cars will only lead to dirty racing and as we know bad calls fron the FIA, probably benefiting the driver of their preference

    Daniel CoronaDaniel CoronaHace 3 meses
  • That Goddamn music

    tubehows4lifetubehows4lifeHace 3 meses
  • Professional start to the news conference then

    Marc HewitsonMarc HewitsonHace 3 meses
  • i dont get it theyre not realising that we want v10 and sound and monsters and heroes behind the steering wheel ... no we got halo v1.6 engine vacuum cleaner sound and now for 2021 a new indy car model .... i dont care schumacher or hamilton or vettel are always winning i want this screaming engine monster feeling ... i want the show i want to watch kings looking into the danger of that sport and not what were getting now.... it has to be untouchable... but whos gonna say hamilton is or was the best ^^ hes good but come on v6 hybrid era its a fucking Yoke

    cher cherrycher cherryHace 3 meses
  • they are making formula 1 stupid enough for north americans to watch

    Daniel CoronaDaniel CoronaHace 3 meses
  • 2021 cars will be 3 seconds slower so Williams doesn't need to change car

    Eryk MisztelaEryk MisztelaHace 3 meses
  • 58:48 Climate Change (formerly known as global warming) is a globalist hoax. Can we please refrain from the loony rhetoric and return to reality?

    Timmy SchnitzelTimmy SchnitzelHace 3 meses
  • Jean Todt: Paaiiinnacle

    Dux DriveDux DriveHace 3 meses
  • I don’t often use the fucking F-word namely the bloody red team. With an insatiable passion I despise that name and whatever it ever stood for (cheating) and whatever it stands for (influence and cheating). When I see Ross, Jean and Nikolas....it just reminds me of the era in which the bloody red team cheated. Now I ask meself...wtf is up? I don’t trust these clowns.

    Dante The GreatDante The GreatHace 3 meses
  • Gosh the live chat was so toxic. It’s the same story as when they announced the halo system. Everyone stop crying pls.

    RedFoxRedFoxHace 3 meses
  • I'm OK with domination of one team, it has always been part of F1. Wouldn't want to see the championship turning into F2, but I'm also eager to see new rules shaping up on track

    nileaoux nilenileaoux nileHace 3 meses
  • Who just wants it to be 2021 now

    DUFF’S DO STUFFDUFF’S DO STUFFHace 3 meses
  • So let me get this straight Cars will be slower 3-3.5 sec per lap than right now.. So basically if Williams will stay in the exact condition till 2021 they be be the champion..:-)

    BeingHumanBeingHumanHace 3 meses
  • I have mixed up feelings. For sure new regulations are going to mix up the situation regarding the races, and I actually love it. On the other hand the regulations were written by the same men that gave Mercedes the domination nowadays (remember that Brawn was Mercedes' team principal before leaving to start writing technical regulations that "casually" fitted perfectly to Mercedes). Let's see, and hope that we'll have a great time from 2021 and beyond

    Andrea NicotraAndrea NicotraHace 3 meses
  • The guy with the fancy moustache looked like CGI to me for a second.

    ZaphodZaphodHace 3 meses
  • This was the 2021 regulations version of Jean Todt. It’s harder for others to follow...

    MrCurryMrCurryHace 3 meses
  • 27:01 Why so sad Paul Di Resta?

    avadaavadaHace 3 meses
  • Could people loose jobs cause financial regulations?

    Keshara KumanayakeKeshara KumanayakeHace 3 meses
    • Nah, the financial regulations do not affect staffing. They only affect production of the cars I believe.

      aidanaidanHace 2 meses
  • WTF is a standard HP fuel pump?

    avadaavadaHace 3 meses