News FIA Reminds Formula 1 Driver: Jewelry Banned in the Cockpit!

16:05  07 april  2022
16:05  07 april  2022 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Schmuck darf im Fahrerlager getragen werden, im Auto ist der verboten © Motorsport Images Jewelery may be worn in the paddock, in the car is the prohibition

of the Automobile World Association (FIA) has turned on with a memory of the drivers of Formula 1: Jewelery should not be worn during sport and must therefore be carried out in sports Session to be stored on the track. This has clearly and clearly clarified the FIA ​​in advance of the Grand Prix of Australia in a statement.

The rule is in the fifth article of the third chapter of Appendix L of the International Sporting Rules. The Passus was repealed again in the Evennotizen for the Formula 1 race in Melbourne, which was published by the Rendirector Niels Wittich.

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The exact wording of the rule is: "The wearing of jewelry in the form of body piercings or chains from Metal is prohibited during the competition. This must be checked before a startup."

Rule has been valid since 2005

The rule is not new, but has long been anchored in the Formula 1 rules, which is why drivers can always be punished if they are caught with jewelry or piercings in the cockpit. The rule was introduced at the time in 2005, whereupon it was also included in the International Sporting Rulebook.

But why does the FIA ​​draw attention to this rule in the run-up to the great price of Australia? A case did not exist in the recent past, which is why it is not reacted to the rule of a driver. It's more about sharpening the senses.

Wittich, who works next to Eduardo Freitas as a successor to Michael Masi as Renndirector, would still like to make sure that the drivers really comply with every rule and no passage is forgotten. Jewelry can also lead to injuries in case of accidents, which is why it is therefore sensitized again.

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penalties for similar passing

If the drivers do not sit in the cockpit, it is done in the formula 1 driver's bearing where you can look only. Many drivers carry jewelry such as chains and rings that need to be dropped before a session. There is also a danger that the jewelry buried in the cockpit and the drivers do not reach the car quickly enough in an emergency.

in other racing series, there were always similar offenses that were punished by the FIA. Lucas di Grassi was caught and punished at the Formula E race in Punta of the Este in 2018. He did not carry any jewelry, but in Uruguay his refractory underwear was too small. The consequence: 10,000 euros punishment and three penalty points.

In New York, it caught two formula-e riders: Jean-Eric vertices and Andre Lotterer, who both wore in qualifying non-approved underwear. In view of such precedents, it is likely that in the event of a violation of a Formula 1 driver against the rules for jewelry and body piercings, such a penalty is imposed as one who has an influence on the athletic result.

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