Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, Red Bull's low profile team owner, has renewed his attack on the new face of Formula 1.
Mateschitz has already been highly critical of the sport's radical new rules for 2014, featuring turbo V6 engines and restrictions on the use of fuel.
Now, he has told Salzburger Nachrichten newspaper: 'We have a plethora of regulations, restrictions, rules, penalties.
'It used to be about ‘who is fastest wins'. To say that I am sympathetic to the displeasure of the fans is an understatement. As it is now, the driver can no longer go to the limit,' said Mateschitz, who turns 70 next week.
However, despite making a rare visit to a Grand Prix paddock on...
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