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the outlawing of customer cars can only make possible by reducing the cost to prepare and run the car, and they have to admit that many of the technology in F1 right now not only expensive but also have little relevance to the road car technology. things like carbon brakes, pneumatic valves, monocoque chassis, just to name a few.
to make it affordable, F1 needs to outlaw all this nonsense, exotic technologies. not only it make racing more affordable to privateers, but also to independent, small or medium-sized manufacturers who wants to use F1 as the testbed for their road car technology.
@ no name,
in parallel with my suggestion, i am also very supportive of your idea to re-open the engines to all configurations, limited only by capacity.
when that happen, f1 have returned to its true heritage - as the pioneer of technology for road cars.