The days of the highly controversial new ‘double points' rule for the season finale appear numbered.
Many fans and drivers have made clear they are not happy with the change, designed to keep the title alive right to the end by offering twice as many points in Abu Dhabi next November.
'I think it's wrong,' Toro Rosso driver Jean-Eric Vergne told Italy's Corriere dello Sport, 'because it devalues the work a driver has done throughout the whole season.
'As drivers we are not excited about it,' added the Frenchman.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, who has the power to veto key decisions in F1, has also emerged as an opponent of the rule.
'I would not be surprised if the rule is...
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