The F1 race car point system is expected to change. At present, it is expected to increase the number of recipients from the next 10 to 15. F1 owners, libertymedia.com, reported being considering expanding points for small teams. That's because the policy must be given points to neglected middle teams and those who maintain good financial status and maintain high rankings. At present, the F1 point system is given 25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1 points to the drivers who completed the top 10. From 2020 onwards, there will be 25, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, reported. In addition, he considered giving points to players who have recorded good results in the preliminary round, such as Paul's player position. This is the intention to motivate more drivers by giving them small points. Of course, there is a repulsion. This is because the cost of next season's total participation will be determined by the cumulative total points this year. Some teams suspect that they are trying to increase the amount they have to pay for a small team to join next year.
In addition, there are disadvantages that the unconscious is lost to players who always sweat with the aim of reaching 10th place. The player who receives the first in his life is happy with happiness. Fernando Alonso points out that if points are awarded until the 15th, the joy of winning F1 points can be reduced.
Driver points will be given to 8 people in 2010, and 10 people will be awarded in 2010, and 15 people will be reconsidered in the future