The 107% rule “is used in the Formula One Championship (F1). Drivers who qualify for a race outside of 107% of the pole time will not be eligible to participate in the official competition.
In short, according to the results of the first quarter of the qualifying session, once the fastest result of the driver exceeds the fastest score of the first qualifying session by 107%, the qualification for participating in the competition will be cancelled. Elimination system.
In special cases, the FIA will consider it as appropriate, which also leaves the way for those cars that are too slow.
Under special conditions, if the driver makes a stable lap time in the practice session, the officer can allow him to participate. If more than one driver is licensed, the order of departure between them will be determined by the officer. This rule also allowed the team to re-emphasize the practice.
Taking Shanghai Station in 2010 as an example, Rosberg’s score in Q1 was 1 minute 35 seconds 952 (the fastest result of Q1), while the slowest result in qualifying was 1 point out of HRT’s inquiry. In 40 seconds, 578, according to the new 107% rule, Jammu can still run the final, and his score is 2.1 seconds less than the time calculated by Rosberg’s score of 107%.
The 107% rule was first introduced in 1996 and terminated in 2002. The FIA officially announced that the “107% rule” will be introduced again in the 2011 season.