FIA set to tweak nose regulations for 2015
11 February 2014 – Governing body the FIA is set to alter Formula 1's nose regulations ahead of the 2015 season.
This year, teams have produced a variety of striking solutions to the safety-driven nose changes, prompting a largely negative response amongst fans and raising questions over the direction the sport is heading.
However, FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting has suggested that this ruling could soon be changed.
"We can ensure more symmetry by not only prescribing a maximum deviation but also prescribing a minimal one and by not only increasing the surfaces that matter for the height of the car," he told Auto Motor und Sport.
"We can also make sure that these surfaces go further back. This should prevent these radical transitions."
Mercedes and Ferrari are the only teams to have avoided the controversial 'anteater' and 'finger' concepts.