Luca di Montezemolo has warned he is prepared to take action to improve formula one.
Fiercely critical of the sport's direction, culminating in the new era of quiet, hybrid engines, the Ferrari president recently wrote a letter inviting the sport's major stakeholders to an emergency meeting.
Speaking with the German newsmagazine Focus, the 66-year-old laid out his repeated fears: "The rules are too complicated, the drivers have turned into taxi drivers.
"They must save fuel and tyres instead of being fast. The teams have to decide how much fuel they're using and how many tyres are wearing out.
"Before, it was the best man winning in the best car.
"Now, the viewers - the...
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