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Change: the formula for success

April 19th, 2014 (F1plus/Katie Grimmett).- When it comes to change, some Formula 1 fans can be rather stubborn. Last year, social media was abuzz with fears that F1 in its current form would soon suffer a rapid demise but those sceptical of the recent rule change will be relieved to know that 2014 is proving to be one of the most enthralling seasons of the decade. But should we be surprised? Indeed, change is not a new occurrence and an adaption of the rules is a regular fixture throughout F1 history. Without significant development, surely F1 would, technologically speaking, remain stuck in the twentieth-century? Certainly, the tougher approach towards safety is difficult to ignore....
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