F1 rules and stats 1960-1969
FIA begins to organize circuit safety inspections (previously done by national authorities).
Protective helmet and overalls obligatory.
1968: Recommendations on seat harnesses, fire-resistant clothing, shatter-proof visors.
1963: Flag signalling code
|Technical regulations (chassis)|
|Pump fuel only. Automatic starter; rollbar; double braking system; rules for seatbelt anchorages, fire protection, fuel tanks, fillers and breathers.|
|Electrical circuit breaker; reverse gear; cockpit designed for easy evacuation; oil catch tank; rollbar 5 cm above driver's helmet.|
|Two extinguisher systems; parts with aerodynamic influence must be immobile, fixed to sprung parts of car only; maximum bodywork height & width limits.|
|Regulations (engine - weight)|
|750 cc with compressor or 2500 cc without
No weight limitation
290 hp at 8500 rpm-754 kg (1960 Ferrari 256)
|Maximum of 1500 cc, minimum 1300 cc without compressor
Minimumweight: 450 kg
190 hp at 9500 rpm-460 kg (1961 Ferrari 156)
215 hp at 10800rpm-450 kg (1965 Lotus 33)
|1500 cc with or 3000 cc without compressor
360 hp at 9000 rpm-540 kg (1969 Matra MS80)