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Ricciardo revved up for Melbourne

Australian superstar, Daniel Ricciardo, was in Melbourne today to launch the 2015 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix, as the event prepares to celebrate a milestone of two decades in Melbourne on 12 – 15 March.

Ricciardo took to the steps of the iconic Flinders Street Station, posing for photos alongside a Formula One car in an Australian Flag design, as excitement builds ahead of the event.

2015 Formula 1® Regulations

The following decisions were taken at the World Motor Sport Council 2014 in Doha with regards to regulations governing Formula 1 in 2015:


Points for both titles will no longer be doubled for the final Event of the Championship.

Standing Restarts

After consultation with the Teams who raised a number of safety concerns, Articles 42.7 and 42.8 on standing restarts have been rescinded.

New challenges for some, same for others

Last weekend’s announcement that Carlos Sainz Jr. will drive for Scuderia Toro Rosso in 2015 leaves just two teams with question-marks over their line-ups for the new season.

In the case of Caterham, the question-mark hovers over the team’s whole future. Despite the bullish optimism they showed in Abu Dhabi, their fan-funded finale to a difficult 2014, there is a world of difference between a one-off race and a marathon F1 season.

Sebastian Vettel debuts for Scuderia Ferrari

Four time World Champion, Sebastian Vettel, got acquainted with his new surroundings as he spent his first weekend in Maranello (as a Scuderia Ferrari driver).

The weekend resulted in two days of intense work, in which Vettel dedicated himself to the track and the simulator. Sebastian completed almost 100 laps around the Fiorano circuit on Saturday in the F2012 and Sunday was entirely simulator work, where Vettel put in some long sessions of driving on the “virtual” F14 T, gaining confidence with its procedures, commands and the power unit’s systems.


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