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Domenicali warns F1 against 'self-destruction'

Getty Images Enlarge Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has urged Formula One to give the sport's new regulations a chance before heaping criticism upon them. Following a number of teething problems during the first week of testing in Jerez, Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone labelled the new turbo era of the sport a "farce". But Domenicali has urged fans and F1 decision makers to reserve judgement until the new regulations bed in. "In this situation, it's best not to rush to draw any conclusions, and play into the hands of those scaremongers, as a propensity for self-destruction serves no purpose," Domenicali told the Ferrari website. "Every time there...
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