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Penalties kill the racing - Minardi

Two races into the 2014 Formula One season, Minardi founder Giancarlo Minardi says that the lack of action so far is mostly due to the excessive penalties that are being handed to the drivers. Minardi admits that part of the processional nature in the first few races this year are due to the numerous regulation changes, but according to the Italian, development progress will soon make sure the competition increases soon. “F1 has undertaken a hard and upward path', Minardi said. 'Maybe too many novelties have been put together too quickly, but I’m sure it will be able to please us soon with great satisfaction. In the first two races we have seen a 'compaction' of performances, with as...
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