Ross Brawn has urged Formula One not to introduce mandatory pit stops, saying he is not a "great fan" of the idea.
Last month it emerged that F1 was considering implementing mandatory pit stops next season with each driver forced to make two per race.
Added to that there was the idea of limiting the amount of time a driver can spend on any one compound.
Brawn, though, reckons it would ruin the strategy of the sport.
"We could have regulations that say mandatory stops but as soon as you start messing about with the strategy from a management point of view... if you said 'what is wrong with it?', I couldn't tell you but intuitively I don't think it is right to have a regulated...
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