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F1 has officially become like GP2 now and I'm still undecided on how I feel about that. On the one hand it's great to see midfield teams actually being able to threaten the podium once in a while and not having races decided by the start. OTOH, is this really what F1 is/should be about? The engines are already nutured and now the aero regulations are seemingly so restrictive nobody can really make the difference anymore. It's great now for the races, but what will it mean for F1 in the long term (if sportscar racing takes over the technology crown for instance)...
Anyway, interested to see what Maldonado will be doing tomorrow.