http://www.fia.com/homepage/selection-a.html http://www.itv-f1.com/news/news_story/13899 To summarize, in 2003 we are only looking at zero-tolerance enforcement, to the letter, of the rules. But that will result in the following: No telemetry between car and pit. No spare car. Cars impounded between qualifying and race. No traction/launch control (might wait until 2004). But other, MAJOR rules changes (like standardized brakes, standardized wings, single-engine rules, and requiring manufacturers to supply engines to 'third party' teams) are in the works for the next few years. I say about time. The cost savings must be made if F1 is to survive. And I predict this will also make for better sport.