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How would you make F1 more exciting?

It is one of the hottest topics these days among those in charge, teams and fans all over the world. We have put together what can be changed to make races more interesting - have a look and let us know what you think!

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Dallas

July 29, 2016 5:54 PM

Bring in the halo, NO, just close the cockpits all together, NO!!! Remote control cars!!!! The answer is right in everyone's face but they just keep marching into the pit. People used to love F1 because it was exciting, it was dangerous, it was only true heroes who even dared to drive the monsters that used to be. To overtake you needed massive amounts of guts, skill and determination. To win you needed massive amounts of guts skill and determination. Cars screamed like banshees, there was no DRS, races were more than just a procession of show cars being led around the track. Now we have electronic computer cars running around wrapped in foam padding being driven by teenagers on bubble gum tyres with ridiculous canopies over their heads (coming soon!) I swear every day I love motogp and it's true heroes more than the ridiculous politics, never ending regulation and constant march towards boring of modern F1.



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