This year’s FIA F3 season is going to be very different to last year, with a new racing engine and new rules that have left the sport’s governing body feeling very frustrated.
The FIA announced on Friday that it would launch a new governing body that would be made up of 12 independent, non-governmental organisations.
The governing body is being named the International Federation of Automobile Manufacturers (IFMA).
In addition to the FIA, the IFA will be comprised of the US and other automotive manufacturers and their partners.
F1 is not going to get a lot of attention this year, but there are a few changes that will have an impact on the way the sport is run.
What’s changed this year?
In F1 the drivers’ teams will now be run by the FIA.
Instead of being limited to teams of one manufacturer, teams will have the option of joining with other manufacturers to form a joint venture to work together in F1.
This is the first time the FIA has made this move and the new rules will allow teams to form their own teams.
The FIA also announced it would allow the use of drones for race days and the use by fans to fly drones at the race.
These are some of the things the FIA will be implementing this year: The Formula E championship will be moved to a 24-hour format with the drivers having a maximum of four hours to prepare for the race before starting it.
This means that drivers will have to be available to take part in the race on a scheduled basis.
All the drivers will be allowed to use the same car for the entire 24 hours of the race, unless it is raining or foggy.
No cars will be used during the race if they are being used by a single team.
If a car is used by both teams for the first race, the other team will get the first chance to use it.
The drivers will now have a maximum speed limit of 180mph, with the maximum allowed speed limit to be 140mph.
After the first lap, drivers will also have the opportunity to pit at any point during the next race.
The team leader can only pit at a pit stop after he has made it clear that he is the sole driver of the team.
For the first two races of the season, the drivers have the same speed limit for the whole race, and only one driver will have his speed reduced during a race.
This means that a driver with less than a minute remaining can only slow down to 50mph and not the limit of 90mph.
This means drivers will only be able to stop and re-start the race once during the last lap.
Each driver will also be allowed three pit stops, which means that the team leader will only have three stops to make during the first 10 laps.
There will be no pit stops during the pit stop sequence, but the drivers can still use their tyres on the pit wall during the second lap if they feel they need to get back on track.
A new system of lap times will be introduced.
In the past, drivers would be allowed a maximum lap time of 3:38:42 and the maximum time for the team to make pit stops was 3:51:43.
At the start of the 2014 season, teams were allowed a minimum of four laps.
However, the FIA announced it will change this rule, which has now been made to three laps, to three minutes.
As a result, drivers now have to use a minimum lap time for each race and a maximum pit stop time for their team to use their tyre.
There will also now be no overtaking during the third lap of a race and if a car does make contact with another car, the team will be penalised if it is caught by a car in the final lap.
How does this affect the drivers?
It is likely that most of the drivers in F3 will be replaced by a new driver who will have much more experience in the sport.
While a new car is likely to be the most obvious change to the cars, the sport will also see changes to the drivers.
With the new rule, the new team drivers will not be allowed in the pits on race days.
Drivers will now only be allowed one lap at a time.
For the last three races of this season, drivers have to drive in the pit lane at all times.
What are the drivers going to do?
The rules are now that the drivers need to use one pit stop to make the last pit stop, with no pit stop on a restart.
They can still pit, but only if they have made it back to the pits.
Both drivers and drivers and engineers will have a minimum speed limit on the final two laps of a lap