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Hakkinen on double points, quiet F1

Mika Hakkinen is not in favour of F1's new double points rule, saying if it was around in his days he would have been robbed of his two World titles. As of this season double points will be awarded at the season finale in Abu Dhabi in a bid to keep the Championship alive to the final corner. The decision, though, has been labelled artificial by many while Hakkinen feels is is "not good" for the sport. "I raced in Formula One for ten years and won the World Championship twice," he told TalkSPORT. "In both of these seasons, the Championship was decided in the last grand prix. "The first time I was fighting against Michael Schumacher and our point difference...
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