Alternate F1 - The Hydrogen Era - 2022 Season

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f1rumours.net wrote:Paul Ricard Gets French Grand Prix

FIA president Alekos Kalogeropoulos confirmed that the Circuit Paul Ricard will host the French Grand Prix in an event hosted by the Fédération Française du Sport Automobile. The venue has signed a four-year contract with an opt-out clause for both sides after two seasons.

This confirmation came after earlier reports by f1rumours.net that the FFSA wanted to secure a second race in France for the short-term future. A major sponsorship package by Emirates Airlines was essential in securing the contract and the funding necessary to cover the Formula One hosting fees.
f1rumours.net wrote:Leclerc "Looking Forward to 2023"

In an interview with Sky UK, the current Sauber driver Charles Leclerc talked candidly about his Sauber move, the disappointing 2022 season and his hopes for the 2023 season.

Leclerc claimed to not regret his move to the Swiss outfit. "Of course 2022 has been a poor year and with no upgrades coming, it will not be better," he said, "but I joined Sauber because they are a proven championship team. That performance will show itself next year."

He explained that he was "looking forward to 2023", having high hopes regarding his future with the team. He confirmed the rumour that the final two years of his four-year contract are dependent on a fifth-place WCC finish which he expects to come in 2023.
Drive wrote:Audi or Porsche Could Join Formula One in 2024

After years of rumours, and Audi or Porsche could be preparing to announce an entry into Formula One – the pinnacle of motorsport globally.

According to a new report from Autocar – which claims to have sighted a letter from Audi to motorsport's peak governing body the FIA – the German brand or its affiliate Porsche has preliminary plans to enter the category in 2026, but is still awaiting final approval from its parent company, the Volkswagen Group.

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Following the British Grand Prix, Williams would like to make some personnel changes.

Sergio Sette Camara shall be re-deployed to being our Reserve Driver for the rest of this season, being released from the team at the end of the year.

Pastor Maldonado will be offered £2 million to race in place of Camara for the rest of Camara's contract (until the end of 2023).
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2022 Cargolux British Grand Prix

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Race Report

Steward report:
Nothing to report.

Budgets, price money and sponsorship after the 11th race of the 2022 season:
+ BR Mansell (RealRacingRoots) - €16,500,000
+ Caterham (kevinbotz) - €32,000,000
+ Dawson (petoli) - €9,500,000
+ FAST (CaptainGetz) - €17,500,000
+ Ferrari (Pasta) - €40,000,000
+ Loonmotor (frogfoot) - €-1,500,000
+ MRT (Wazzle) - €36,500,000
+ Precision (aislabie) - €19,500,000
+ Red Bull (pinkd56) - €21,000,000
+ Sauber (Hermann) - €11,500,000
+ Toyota (Reject_Dom) - €13,000,000
+ Williams (Gertrand Bachot) - €16,000,000
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f1rumours.net wrote:Daniel Ricciardo Negotating With Ferrari

According to sources in the paddock, former world champion Daniel Ricciardo has engaged with discussion for a 2023 drive with the Scuderia Ferrari. Ricciardo's camp was seen negotiating with Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto.

Earlier this year, Ricciardo mentioned a desire to return to Formula One and with the strong performance of Ferrari and the recent weak performance by Alexander Albon, the combination would certainly help both sides.

It is also rumored that a number of influential members of the Formula Committee have been moderating the negotiations, as many feel Formula One is lacking in star power with the charismatic former world champion being seen as such a star.
f1rumours.net wrote:Paris Race Doomed?

The 2022 Grand Prix d'Île-de-France held after the summer break is expected to be the final outing for the Circuit Charles de Gaulle after the results of the second round of the 2022 French elections have become public. Both NUPES and Rassemblement National have criticized the Grand Prix as an "excessive waste" in the time of a national crisis.

While the contract for the Grand Prix is signed until 2027 with neither side having an out, a decision by the government to cancel the funding would pretty much leave FIA president Alekos Kalogeropoulos with no choice but to cut his losses, as any attempt at a legal challenge to maintain th contract would cause terminal damage in one of Formula One's most successful markets.

According to a source close to Kalogeropoulos, he expects that decision to be made within weeks rather than months and has begun more urgent negotiations with venues about a slot on the 2023 calendar. He is expected to give preferred treatment to European circuits, but there are willing buyers outside of the European mainland.
f1rumours.net wrote:Bridgestone Draws Online Hate, Long-Lasting Tyres "Boring"

The new Formula One tire supplier Bridgestone has drawn negative attention by fans and experts online, in particular under the Twitter hashtag #BridgestoneBoredom. Their harder tyres have resulted in a lower number of pitstops, usually only requiring stops when the weather conditions change or at particularly abrasive venues such as the Bahrain International Circuit.

"Pretty much once everyone has passed the Precisions," wrote one Facebook user, "there is no point to watching because unless the Ferraris explode, the order remains unchanged." A similar opinion was shared by former Formula One driver Jean-Maxime Bachot on twitter: "F1 teams don't need brains anymore, everything's easy with thos [sic] tyres. No strategy = No Fun @F1 #BridgestoneBoredom"
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Race Report

Steward report:
30-second time penalty for driver #29 (Roger Ibe) for causing an avoidable accident involving driver #4 (Robin Frijns)
20-second time penalty for driver #39 (Roger Ibe) for causing an avoidable accident involving driver #29 (Roger Ibe)

Race Report

Steward report:
Ban for one Grand Prix weekend and a €2,500,000 fine (to be paid towards Sauber) to the team of driver #27 (Jules Bianchi) for dangerous driving and causing an avoidable accident involving driver #84 (Jack Aitken).
Suspended ban for one Grand Prix weekend for driver #55 (Carlos Sainz, Jr.) for causing an avoidable accident involving driver #11 (Terry Hakwin).
Suspended ban for two Grand Prix weekends and a €5,000,000 fine (to be paid towards Caterham) to the team of driver #57 (Dean Stoneman) for ignoring blue flags and causing an avoidable accident involving driver #18 (Sebastian Vettel).

Budgets, price money and sponsorship after the 13th race of the 2022 season:
+ BR Mansell (RealRacingRoots) - €19,500,000
+ Caterham (kevinbotz) - €53,500,000
+ Dawson (petoli) - €12,000,000
+ FAST (CaptainGetz) - €20,000,000
+ Ferrari (Pasta) - €50,500,000
+ Loonmotor (frogfoot) - €1,000,000
+ MRT (Wazzle) - €38,000,000
+ Precision (aislabie) - €20,500,000
+ Red Bull (pinkd56) - €24,500,000
+ Sauber (Hermann) - €16,000,000
+ Toyota (Reject_Dom) - €18,500,000
+ Williams (Gertrand Bachot) - €19,500,000

Einar Ármannsson will miss the next three Grands Prix with an injury. Since MRT have a standard Third Driver, they will enter Sabrina Mann unless they sign a different driver instead (the wage will be taken out of Nakajima's). You will have until August 4, 1:00 a.m. CEST to arrange a deal if you'd like to.

Jules Bianchi will miss the next three Grands Prix with a race ban. Since MRT's Third Driver is not available and they must sign a different driver instead (the wage will be taken out of Ármannsson's). You will have until August 4, 1:00 a.m. CEST to arrange a deal, otherwise the seat will be filled with a Third Driver from a different team or a driver by the administration's choice.
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This rule addition will become valid after the conclusion of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Old rule:
If any of the customer teams has had a motor contract with the same works teams for 5 or more consecutive seasons, 35 % of the motor price (rounded down to the next full half million) of that customer team's contract is added to the budget of the works team instead.
New rule:
If any of the customer teams has had a motor contract with the same works teams for 5 or more consecutive seasons, 35 % of the motor price (rounded down to the next full half million) of that customer team's contract is added to the budget of the works team instead. Should a works team spend less money during the development system than it received on account of this rule, the difference will be taken from the budget of the works team (rounded up to the next full half million) and split equally among all customer teams under contract (rounded up to the next full half million).

f1rumours.net wrote:The Canadian Grand Prix Returns in 2023

An announcement by the city of Montreal confirmed that the Canadian Grand Prix will return to the Formula One calendar for 2023. As the International Speedway Corporation has failed to find sufficient American sponsorship for the United States Grand Prix it will sell its right to host a Formula One Grand Prix to the Canadian city.

According to the statement, the city of Montreal and associated businesses will take on 80% of the hosting fees. In exchange, NASCAR becomes the title sponsor of the race and will feature a showcase event of the North American Motor Sports Association-promoted endurance series as part of the Grand Prix preliminaries.

The Formula Committee has not commented on the contract, but local media has already begun advertising the NASCAR Shop Grand Prix du Canada 2023 for June 4. With such advertisement being printed, it stands to reason there are no objections to the newest addition to the Fromula One calendar.
f1rumours.net wrote:Italian Grand Prix Moved to September

In a mail send out by the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello to fans who have purchased a ticket, the circuit informed fans that the decision was made to move the Italian Grand Prix to September 11, the previous date of the canceled Russian Grand Prix.

The mail informs fans that they may be re-funded if they are not capable of attending that weekend. Any such cancellation would entitle fans to buy tickets for the 2024 Italian Grand Prix ahead of schedule.
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Alright, it is now time to begin work on the hydrogen fuel cell motors for the 2022 season.

For that purpose, you send your testing team out for two testing days (respectively two for the weeks after the Hungarian and Île-de-France Grands Prix) and have them work on one of four things: motor power, which is the base BHP output of the motor; qualifying mode, which describes how much quicker your motor can go if fuel consumption is raised to the maximum; car failure probability, which states how likely it is for your motor to blow up or adversely affect other parts of a car and motor mass, which is the weight of your motor and how it negatively affects cornering speed.

To see how that looks in detail, I have provided this handy graphic. To reflect previous design philosophies, teams were granted four levels based on their current motor:
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Basically, you can add two "levels" every Grand Prix from now on (except after the season finale, where you will be able to add four levels (we'll get to that after the Chinese Grand Prix)). Each test day costs €1,000,000. Regardless of how many test days you use, you must have at least Lv. 1 for every aspect before the beginning of next season.

You are free to write in-character reports on your testing prowess without any limitation except maybe common sense. Those in-character reports will not affect driver ability or future RNG odds.

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FIA president Alekos Kalogeropoulos has invited the 12 team principals and representatives of the 13th team (ooc: I mean miguel98) to a meeting on August 20 regarding two key issues.

Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres
Formula One fans have been complaining about some boring races caused by the fact that Bridgestone's 2022 tyre suffers from significantly less wear than their former Continental counterparts. It is in particular complained that there are fewer pitstops mixing events up and that there is little strategy left in the sport unless the weather interferes with races or the surface is particular abrasive such as in Bahrain. Bridgestone is willing to do what they can to help, but their board of directors has been emphatic in refusing to produce intentionally overdegrading tyres. Therefore, the Formula Committee has drawn up three options

Option A: No Changes - while some fans have complained, more than enough are happy with the racing as it currently is.

Option B: Mandatory Pitstops - to add the spice of pitstops to the mix, an old rule from the early two-race format is adapated and cars must make two pitstops per race.

Option C: Qualifying Tyre - Bridgestone would be willing to supply an ultrasoft qualifying tyre that would only last around 30 km at race speeds. An additional rule change forcing cars to start on the tyre they set their best qualifying lap on would ensure pitstops around lap 4-6 at every race.

Topic B - Paris Replacement
While the official vote in the national assembly has not yet taken place, it is expected that the decision to cut state funding for the Grand Prix d'Île-de-France will be nearly unanimous. We have prepared an unofficial agreement with the respective officials that will let the FIA save and get us at least a few cents. However, the Formula Committee will have 19 Grands Prix as is agreed on with our commercial partners. Mr. Kalogeropoulos has four contract offers on his plate and wishes for the Formula One teams to decide which venue will be given the privilege. Regardless of which track is chosen, the date set for the first outing would be September 10, 2023.

Option A: Grand Prix Circuit of Zarqa (3-Year Contract) - while Mr. Kalogeropoulos has used an exit clause to abandon the track last time around, the royal house of Jordan still wants Formula One to return to increase touristic revenue. To entice teams to agree to this option the government, each current team will be given €6,500,000 as an immediate payment. The only risk is that the other Middle East venues have legal clauses that can block the addition. The chance of this happening is quite high (OOC: if this option has the majority, an RNG for the veto is run with the chance of a veto happening being set at 80%, which is why you will be asked to also pick Option B or D as a reserve).

Option B: Aftokinitodromio Serron (2+1-Year Contract) - based on the success of the Cyprus Grand Prix, Greek investors have arranged backing from the OTE Group, owners of Greek Formula One broadcasters Cosmote Sport for a race at the Serres Circuit and have promised each current team will be given €3,000,000 as an immediate payment. Skeptics on the Formula Committee have pointed out that the investors have little history of successful investment and that the OTE Group's backing is only guaranteed for 2023, but there is little risk of that posing a problem (OOC: if this option has the majority, there will be an RNG run after the 2024 race with a 20% chance of no prize money being awarded for that race)

Option C: Red Bull Ring (2+1-Year Contract) - while the Red Bull Ring still hosts the AutoGP Austrian Grand Prix, Red Bull's recent success has made Dietrich Mateschitz willing to spend on a Formula One race. The race would officially be the Sytrian Grand Prix because of trademark issues. The offer is time-limited, so if the vote decides to pick option A instead, by the time any potential vetos would be resolved, it would be off the table.

Option D: Hockenheimring (Rolling Contract) - an interesting fourth option has emerged. While a bit of the old post-2002 rebuild Hockenheim has been reforested, the majority of the old venue has been preserved as part of state cultural heritage management and would be available for sale at the right conditions. It would take quite a bit of money to purchase and restore the venue, amounting to a one-time payment of €4,500,000 per current team. However, Formula One teams could save a lot of money on hosting fees and traveling expenses for pre- and in-season tests (OOC: a session in the mid-season test would only cost €2,000,000, depending on game balancing considerations, costs for motor development could also be reduced). Instead of hosting fees, the Hockenheimring would finance itself by directly funneling all ticket expenses.

Topic C - Chassis Development
OOC: this is a purely advisory poll, its results are explicitly non-binding. The current chassis system is a system I like and want to go with for the foreseeable future (at least until the likely game switch for 2026), but I feel there is a risk that it will create an even bigger field spread if we get less lucky with the RNG rolls with teams like Sauber reflecting more realistically the expected performance of poorer teams. To solve that issue, I am considering replacing the formula of "number of engineers * 240 grip" for permanent employees with a logarithm formula. That would reduce field spread, but massively complicate the calculations for expected performance, making things (even) more complex for players. Therefore I would like to hear your opinions.

Option A: Keep the system as is
Option B: Use more complex formula for increased field equality
Option C: Keep the system and find other solutions for teams that are below a certain grip level to get closer to the pack

Works teams must fill out this formula

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Development Week 1
User:
Manufacturer:
Test Day #1: Motor Power/Qualifying Mode/Car Failure Probability/Motor Mass Lv. x
Test Day #2: Motor Power/Qualifying Mode/Car Failure Probability/Motor Mass Lv. x

Development Week 2
Test Day #1: Motor Power/Qualifying Mode/Car Failure Probability/Motor Mass Lv. x
Test Day #2: Motor Power/Qualifying Mode/Car Failure Probability/Motor Mass Lv. x

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: A/B/C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: A/B/C/D (if A, which option should be taken if A fails: B/D)
Topic C - Chassis Development: A/B/C
Customer teams and miguel98 must fill out this formula

Code: Select all

User:
Team: 

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: A/B/C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: A/B/C/D (if A, which option should be taken if A fails: B/D)
Topic C - Chassis Development: A/B/C
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User: Frogfoot9013
Team: Loonmotor

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: A (if A, which option should be taken if A fails: B)
Topic C - Chassis Development: C
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Development Week 1
User: kevinbotz
Manufacturer: Judd
Test Day #1: Motor Power Lv. 3
Test Day #2: Car Failure Probability Lv. 3

Development Week 2
Test Day #1: Motor Power Lv. 4
Test Day #2: Car Failure Probability Lv. 4

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: A
Topic B - Paris Replacement: A (if A, which option should be taken if A fails: D)
Topic C - Chassis Development: A
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User: GB
Team: Williams

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: C
Topic C - Chassis Development: A
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User:Red Bull Racing
Team: Pinkd56

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: A
Topic B - Paris Replacement: C, obviously
Topic C - Chassis Development: A
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User: Hermann95
Team: Sauber

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: C
Topic B - Red Bull Ring
Topic C - Chassis Development: B
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Precision Motorsport (becoming McEwan Automotive for 2023)

Power Unit
Week 1
- Test Day 1: Motor Power Level 1
- Test Day 2: Motor Mass Level 1

Week 2
- Test Day 1: Motor Power Level 2
- Test Day 2: Motor Power Level 3

Voting
Bridgestone Tyres: C - qualifying tyres
Paris Replacement: D - Hockenheimring
Chassis performance: abstain
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User: FAST
Team: CaptainGetz12

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: Abstain
Topic B - Paris Replacement: C (Red Bull Ring)
Topic C - Chassis Development: B (New Algorithm)
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Development Week 1
User: Pasta
Manufacturer: Ferrari
Test Day #1: Motor Power Lv. 4
Test Day #2: Car Failure Probability Lv. 1

Development Week 2
Test Day #1: Motor Power Lv. 5
Test Day #2: Car Failure Probability Lv. 2

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: C
Topic C - Chassis Development: A
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Development Week 1
User: Wazzle
Manufacturer: Ferrari
Test Day #1: Motor Power Lv. 3
Test Day #2: Motor Power Lv. 4

Development Week 2
Test Day #1: Qualifying Power Lv. 1
Test Day #2: Motor Power Lv. 5

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: D
Topic C - Chassis Development: A

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User: RealRacingRoots
Team: BR Mansell

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: Abstain
Topic C - Chassis Development: A
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Development Week 1
User: Dom
Manufacturer: Toyota
Test Day #1: Motor Power Lv. 3
Test Day #2: Car Failure Probability Lv. 2

Development Week 2
Test Day #1: Qualifying Mode Lv. 1
Test Day #2: Qualifying Mode Lv. 2

Voting
Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: C
Topic B - Paris Replacement: A (if A, which option should be taken if A fails: D)
Topic C - Chassis Development: A
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Autosport wrote: Andretti to join the F1 grid in 2023

It's now confirmed: the Andretti name will join the Formula One circus in 2023. One of the most famous names in autoracing becomes the first American squad in F1 since Haas left the sport at the end of the 2019 season.

More to follow...
User: Miguel98
Team: AndrettiF1

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Topic A - Bridgestone Tyres: A
Topic B - Option C
Topic C - Chassis Development: A
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