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Ecclestone would keep current rules for three years

Former Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has said that he would keep the series' current regulations for another three seasons. Initially new sporting, technical and financial regulations were set to be introduced for the 2021 campaign, aimed at making Formula 1 more competitive and affordable. But with the coronavirus pandemic meaning that the 2020 season hasn't yet started, it's no surprise that the new regulations have been delayed until 2022. Ecclestone would have gone further than that though and believes the current owners Liberty Media, who took over from the Ecclestone regime in January 2017, should delay the changes for three years. Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said: 'I wouldn't...
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