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Brundle warns 'F1 is heading toward a crisis'

Former driver turned pundit Martin Brundle is concerned that Formula 1 is heading for a crisis with regulation changes and financial instability. In particular, the Briton is undecided as to whether the new regulations will spice up the show or prove an embarrassment as the teams struggle to adapt, but he's in doubt that things will settle down in the second half of the year. "I'm expecting total calamity in the early stages of 2014 and it remains to be seen if that's entertaining or confusing," he wrote in his Sky Sports F1 column. Before adding: "I have no doubt that these brilliant engineers and designers will master the issues sooner than later." Though he...
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