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F1 teams in 'reasonable agreement' to delay new rules until 2023!

F1 teams have agreed in principle to push back the sport's regulation overhaul to 2023, according to Red Bull's Christian Horner, but the final decision will rest with the FIA. As Formula 1 comes to grips with the inevitable financial consequences linked to its truncated season caused by the COVID-19 crisis, emergency measures are being put in place to protect the teams' future. F1 and the FIA have delayed the introduction of the sport's new rules to 2022 to lighten the burden of the teams' development costs this year. It has also been decided to carry over to next season all 2020 chassis designs, with only limited aero development allowed for 2021. FIA approves more reg changes for F1...
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