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Horner voices double points doubts

Red Bull secured a one-two at the final race of 2013 Getty Images Enlarge Christian Horner has admitted he fears the awarding of double points for the final race of the 2014 season could devalue the rest of the season. The FIA announced in December that it would be introducing a number of changes for this coming season, with the most radical being that the final race in Abu Dhabi will count for double points in both the drivers' and constructors' championships. The move was instigated in an attempt to increase the probability of the title race going down to the final round of the season in the wake of four consecutive championships for Sebastian Vettel. However, Horner now thinks the move...
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