Stefano Domenicali has urged F1 to back away from its tendency towards "self-destruction" by not damning the new rules before the first grand prix.
Formula One has undergone a major overhaul of the regulations ahead of this year's Championship and not all the new rules have gone down well.
A swap to 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines and a new 100kgs fuel limit per grand prix has led to some predicting that only half the field will finish in Australia and that those who do will have to drive conservatively rather than race.
These predictions were given some weight at the opening test in Jerez where the Renault runners - including reigning Champs Red Bull Racing - struggled with...
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