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FIA approves new regulations for 2026 season

The new engine regulations for the 2026 season have been approved by the FIA World Motor Sport Council. This is announced by the organisation on the official website. It concerns technical, sporting and financial regulations. Article continues under ad More later... Read more FIA confident of proper end to Piastri soap The World Motor Sport Council approves F1 2026 Power Unit Regulations and updated 2022-2023 Technical Regulations — FIA (@fia) August 16, 2022 Read more Wolff uses mistakes at Manchester United to help Mercedes move forward Video player More videos
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