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Completely just my own opinion here, but I do not think that the randomness of F1 will hold its appeal for long. In very, very simple terms, F1 exists because someone once asked "Who is the fastest racing driver and racecar manufacturer in the world?", not "Who will the luckiest racecar driver be this weekend?". Sure, the car and driver must both still be up to snuff before they'll be able to win in today's climate, but the variables have never been as much as now. At least not in my memory. In order to win these days, to me it seems you don't necessarily have to be the best anymore, you just have to be good enough. And again, yes, it is exciting. But I'm just not finding it very F1-ish I suppose.

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