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Todt hints at double points rethink for 2015

– FIA President Jean Todt has suggested that Formula 1's double points rule could be reconsidered for the 2015 campaign, but says a decision will only be made after the affected season finale in Abu Dhabi. Although Todt is not personally opposed to the concept, it has been met with severe criticism from the sport's fans, while reigning quadruple World Champion Sebastian Vettel described the development as "absurd". Following the backlash, Todt said he put forward a proposal to scrap the double points rule at the last meeting of the F1 Strategy Group, but revealed that it did not receive unanimous support from the 11 teams on the grid. "To reconsider it we need...
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