F1 wants to have by next year, two two-seater cars in every race, to offer the experience of being in the car to viewers. The supervisor for the project is the former chief of Minardi Paul Stoddart, along with the Technical Director of Jordan, Renault and Toyota, Mike Gascoyne.
The upgraded two-seater car will continue to be based on the original design of the Tyrrell 026 of 1998, but it will have a more modern body kit. Also, the new car will feature upgrades, which include a less troublesome roll hoop bulkhead for the rear passenger, thus offering a better view.
It will also feature new electronics. The rear passenger will have a screen so that he can see where the car is, inside the track, with the most of the changes being made to better the passenger experience.