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Brundle: Double points 'a random compromise'

Former F1 driver and current Sky Sports F1 commentator Martin Brundle has shared his views on the controversial double points rule, saying the new regulation looks like a 'random compromise.' The Brit also discussed who the new rule changes will benefit and his expectations for the 2014 season with invited media at Sky Sports F1 press day. When asked what his views are on double points, he replied: 'I’m not as hung up on it as some people. It isn’t spoiling my life. I don’t like it as it just smacks of being a random compromise. If you are going to restructure F1, it should be a complete thought process. 'If you want to change it for changing tastes, media or age groups – I don’t...
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