Martin Brundle has urged F1 to ditch a proposal to return to active suspension as he feels F1 will become "like Scalextric cars."
Formula One dropped the active suspension at the end of 1993 in a wide-sweeping ban on electronics that including doing away with traction control and ABS.
However, there is now a proposal on the table from F1's Strategy Group that includes the re-introduction of active suspension.
Brundle, however, has warned against it.
He told Autosport: "The concept of that and 18 inch wheel rims [also being considered for 2017] means you start again on your suspension as well as aero, because a lot of your suspension travel is in the sidewall of the...
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