Luca di Montezemolo, one of the most powerful figures in formula one, thinks the highly-controversial new 'double points' rule might live a short life.
Reaction to the plan for double points in Abu Dhabi next year, to keep the championship alive throughout the season, has been generally negative.
And Montezemolo, the Ferrari president with an unique veto over key F1 decisions, warned: "I'm not a fan of the double points.
"It's too artificial," he is quoted by Germany's Sport Bild. "I would not be surprised if the rule is soon abolished."
In a wide-ranging and fascinating interview, Montezemolo also tipped Fernando Alonso to live out his full Ferrari contract,...
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