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Wolff: Double-points rule unfair

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes F1 should not have adopted the double-points rule for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. In an attempt to keep the World Championships alive until the final race of the season, Bernie Ecclestone proposed that double points be awarded for the final race of the year. After much debate, the sport's role players agreed to introduce the rule and it will now come into play in Abu Dhabi, but Wolff feels they made a mistake. "I would be very surprised if it didn't come down to Abu Dhabi, to the very famous double points," he told Press Association Sport. "It means even if you're 30 points behind then you can turn it around in Abu Dhabi if the...
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