1 / 8 F1 drivers and mechanics take part in a training session at the start of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in March 2018.
F1 has already become a more dangerous sport after a number of deaths in recent years.
However, the sport is expected to be even more dangerous with a number more deaths expected in 2017, according to Italian authorities.
A car passes a fence during the pre-race ceremony at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain, on April 12, 2019.
The 2017 Formula 1 season started on Sunday, April 15, 2018.
Photo: Luis Enrique Molina/AFP/Getty Images F1 drivers (left to right) Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Kimi Raikkonen, Kim Rossiter, Pascal Wehrlein, Felipe Massa, Daniel Ricciardo, Jenson Button, Daniel Kim and Kimi Räikkönen celebrate a podium during the third practice session at Lausitzring in Austria, on June 25, 2018 in Austria.
FOM drivers are still not allowed to drive at Le Mans.
F3 drivers (right) Jolyon Palmer, Lewis Taylor, Max Verstappen, Kevin Magnussen and Kevin Magnullo are among the drivers competing in the first of three F3 events on May 25, 2019 in the United States.
F3 drivers Kevin Magnulin (right), James Hinchcliffe (centre) and James Hainz (centred) are pictured during the first practice session of the Formula E car race at the Mugello Circuit in Italy, on August 6, 2019.(Getty Images) The first of the three Formula E races will be held at the newly created Circuit de la Sarthe, which will be the first Formula E race to use the track created by the Italian government in 2015.
It will be powered by Renault, which is owned by the FOM group.
The F1 season will be a series of races for the F1 World Championship, the world championship for the sport’s drivers, with drivers participating in both the world championships and the European Championship.