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FIA could consider double points rethink - Todt

Jean Todt sees no problem with the double points rule change FIA Enlarge Related Links In Focus: Rule changes FIA president Jean Todt has hinted at a possible rethink of the double points championship finale at the end of the year, but confirmed teams did not unanimously oppose its implementation during the F1 Strategy Group meeting. The plan for the Abu Dhabi race on November 23 has been met with an overwhelmingly negative response from fans, as well as current and former drivers and personnel. But despite the outcry it will go ahead for this season at the very least after the six teams in F1's policy-making group failed to unite against the plans, meaning the FIA did not see the need to...
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