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Rules and regulations have 'gone too far' - Prost

Getty Images Enlarge Alain Prost thinks Formula One is struggling to attract new fans because the scale of new rules and regulations introduced in the last few years make races seem like they are "written in advance". F1 lost 50 million viewers in 2013 and the fledgling V6 era has been met with varying degrees of criticism from fans, promoters and drivers alike. Prost, an ambassador for F1 engine manufacturer Renault, has been an advocate of this year's greener regulations but is concerned today's races would not be appealing to a person turning in for the first time. "I was commentating on a race last weekend for the first time this year," Prost said. "You have...
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