- The driver must drive the car alone and unaided.
- The car must not be driven in the opposite direction to the race unless it is necessary to move out of a potentially dangerous position.
- Cars must not leave the track without a good reason.
- If the car leaves the track, they may rejoin if it is safe to do so and without gaining an advantage.
- Drivers must not drive unnecessarily slowly or in a dangerous manner:
- During qualifying and on reconnaissance laps before the race, they must stay below the maximum time set by the FIA between the safety car lines after pit exit and before the pit entrance.
- Only one change of direction is allowed to defend a position. If moving back onto the racing line after defending off-line, one car width must be left between their car and the edge of the track.
- When being lapped, the slower car must allow the faster car past at the first opportunity. Blue flags will be waved to indicate a faster car is behind.