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Why F1 is making a mistake

24 June, 2014 (F1 Plus / Jacob Polychronis) Back in March, I wrote an article entitled What is wrong with Formula One: A stern letter to F1 cynics. Basically, the argument posed was that we shouldn’t be so negative about new technical regulations and we should learn to accept the new turbo era of F1. Response amongst readers across Twitter and Reddit was polarised; some emphatically agreed, while others roared with disapproval. At the risk of being called a hypocrite, I am going to vehemently refuse expressing similar sentiments about the sport’s latest rule changes. I speak of course about double points and standing restarts. Here’s why. Implementing a ‘greener’ pathway in F1...
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