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F1 Fast Five: F1 2026 regulation changes revealed, Pirelli reveals tire selections for summer GP trio, and other big updates

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F1 2026 regulation changes revealed, Pirelli reveals tire selections for summer GP trio, and other big updates from around the world of Formula 1.

F1 2026 regulation changes revealed, Pirelli reveals tire selections for summer GP trio, and other big updates
  • F1 2026 regulation changes revealed
  • Pirelli reveals tire selections for summer GP trio
  • Marko hits out at rivals for lack of innovation
  • Lanzante unveils F1-engined Porsche 911 upgrade 
  • American racer Jak Crawford takes first laps with Aston Martin

F1 2026 regulation changes revealed

The FIA has officially released the regulation changes that will come impact the all-important 2026 Formula 1 season. These regulation changes will impact everything from aerodynamics, power units, safety (including cockpit changes), and chassis'. Check out an explanation of all regulation changes for the 2026 season!

Click here to read the full article by racingnews365.com

Pirelli reveals tire selections for summer GP trio

Pirelli has announced the tire compounds for the Spanish, Austrian, and British Grands Prix, as they opted for a consistent selection across the trio of races. In Spain, drivers will tackle the hardest compounds, while the softest will be used in Austria, before reverting to the hardest again in Silverstone.

Click here to read the full article by Balazs Szabo (f1technical.net)

Marko hits out at rivals for lack of innovation

Red Bull advisor Dr. Helmut Marko lamented the absence of "innovation" in Formula 1, pointing out that other teams have been copying his team's ideas. McLaren and Ferrari have narrowed the performance gap, which has posed a challenge to Red Bull's dominance in recent races. Marko noted that competitors are replicating Red Bull's concepts, which is leaving little room for new ideas. "We have lost the dominance of the first three races," Marko explained. "The competition has caught up in the third year of the current regulations. In the process, they have copied and even improved a number of things. There is not much room for innovation anymore."

Click here to read the full article by Samuel Coop (racingnews365.com)

Lanzante unveils F1-engined Porsche 911 upgrade 

Lanzante, an engineering firm in Petersfield, is set to unveil the Tag Championship, an upgraded Porsche 911, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. This revamped version, based on the 930-generation 911 Turbo, features a Porsche-developed and Tag-branded power plant, a 1.5-litre twin-turbo V6 upgraded by Cosworth. With chassis overhauls, Formula 1-grade carbon fiber panels, and a stripped-down interior featuring Recaro bucket seats and a roll cage, only three Tag Championship 911s will be built, each referencing McLaren's three F1 drivers' titles.

Click here to read the full article by Charlie Martin (autocar.co.uk)

American racer Jak Crawford takes first laps with Aston Martin

American racer Jak Crawford, who currently competes in FIA Formula 2, tested Aston Martin's F1 car at the Red Bull Ring. He quickly adapted to the high speeds and expressed excitement for future tests. Crawford will continue his development with Aston Martin as he observes race drivers and uses simulators.

Click here to read the full article at f1i.com

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