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FIA set to unveil major F1 regulation changes

The new technical regulations that will come into effect in 2026, which have the potential to shake up the pecking order, are set to be unveiled to the public.

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The highly anticipated 2026 Formula 1 technical regulations are set to be unveiled on Thursday, June 6.

Ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix weekend, the new regulations will be made public for the first time.

The cars are set to undergo significant changes in just under two years, with both the aerodynamic and power unit regulations undergoing alterations.

The power unit regulations have been available to the teams for some time as six manufacturers prepare to enter the new cycle of regulations.

As well as the changes to the engine side of operations, the chassis and aerodynamic areas will also be re-written - the details of which will be made public at 13:30 CEST on June 6.

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