Red Bull's team boss, Christian Horner, has warned Formula 1 to consider its actions with the double points decision it recently made in which the last race of the 2014 season will pay out twice the points for the top 10 finishers. Red Bull's dominance, securing four world championships on the trot, has prompted the sport to take measures that might thwart the dominance and the answer was double-points.
The notion has been met with a strong backlash from fans and even Horner now admits that F1, and its regulatory body the FIA, should consider carefully what it's doing telling Bloomberg:
“It can either work for or against you,” Horner said. “Is it right to put so much predominance on...
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