Every Formula 1 driver will have the same allocation of tyre compounds available when the 2020 season begins, under revised regulations published on Friday.
Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli has a range of five dry-weather compounds and nominates three for each event, designated the Soft, Medium and Hard.
Every driver has 13 sets of tyres available for the weekend.
In previous seasons they were mandated to bring one set of each compound but were given free choice of nominated compounds for the remaining 10 sets.
But for the interim period, owing to the coronavirus pandemic, the FIA and Pirelli has opted to provide each competitor with the same allocation.
“Each Driver will be allocated the following specification of dry-weather tyres at each Event: Two sets of the Hard specification of tyres, three sets of the Medium specification of tyres, eight sets of the Soft specification of tyres,” read an updated clause in the Sporting Regulations.
Pirelli will bring the C2s, C3s and C4s to six of the confirmed eight events so far, the exception being the British and Spanish Grands Prix, at which the C1s, C2s and C3s will be available.
The FIA has also approved for the podium ceremony to be altered due to the need for competitors to enforce social distancing. Further details will be provided during the build-up to the Austrian Grand Prix.