Legendary Ferrari designer Mauro Forghieri has a couple of simple suggestions to spice up formula one.
Amid a dwindling television audience in 2014, most of the blame has fallen on the brand new engine rules, with smaller, quiet turbos replacing the screaming V8s of the past.
But Forghieri, a leading figure at the fabled Maranello team from the 60s to the 80s, actually backs the new 'hybrid' age.
"All the major manufacturers want hybrids, and I think it's good that they only need 70 per cent of the fuel of the past, or even less, for the same distance," he told motorline.cc.
"Where I cannot agree with the FIA is the monitoring of fuel consumption lap after lap," the...
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