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'F1 should focus on positives'

Amid the ongoing debate over whether F1's 2014 'rules reset' has done more harm than good, Williams' Pat Symonds has argued that the sport should collectively start 'focusing on the positives' of the changes. Both the nature and timing of F1's switch to a more fuel-efficent, turbo engine formula has been criticised from both leading figures inside the paddock and fans with Ferrari this week publishing a highly-damning fans' survey on the current state of F1. But speaking in the Team Principals' Press Conference in Bahrain, Symonds, one of the paddock's most experienced and respected figures, made the case that F1 needed to change to stay relevant and warned the sport against emulating...
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