The first details on what the new Formula 1 regulation will begin to emerge. The need to have simpler and freer rules, which could favor the show and overtaking on the track, has matured in the world of motorsport for some time. From the Canadian GP and the controversial Vettel case, the pilots also supported the desire to feel less suffocated in the melee fight. Now we are ready for a real change of direction. The new technical and economic rules will have to be formalized in October, but even now the FIA (International Motoring Federation) and Liberty Media, the owner of F1, are working on new targets. The aim is to promote a different approach that can encourage overtaking, reduce performance differences between single-seaters on the track, redesign the aesthetics of the cars and limit the cost ceiling. As RossBrawn, F1 Motorsport manager explains: "Our goal is to make this sport more sustainable and fun." The main points of regulation 2021 The new rules for 2021 include a single-seater with a wide but simpler front wing, without the aerodynamic appendages present today, which matches a bottom with two tunnels under the sides where the speakers are placed. Cost cutting involves simplifying the simpler radiator fuel system, freezing the development of gearboxes for 5 years, prohibiting hydraulic suspension by limiting some of the suspension components themselves, standard rims and braking systems and a 40% reduction in time that you can spend in the wind tunnel. As for the cost cutting, there are obviously exceptions. The economic limit will, however, exclude the voices of the engagement of the pilots and of some managers or technicians of high level, and of the costs of markenting and promotion. Full freedom is therefore left for everything that does not concern performance. The new regulation must also find the ok of the teams in particular the top ones like Ferrari and Mercedes that always repeat they want to compete in an F1 that has in its DNA research and development. The pilots will be involved in the discussion, something hoped for and underlined in recent times by the drivers (just think of the press conferences of Spielberg and Silvertone).