F1 » Alonso: F1 in danger of becoming a lottery

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IF as some of you say it's because the cars and drivers are so closely matched then great, then why don't we get rid of the gimmicks, put proper tyres on the cars and have equally close and exciting racing? Because at the moment more often than not are they in fact NOT racing out there, they are running target laptimes while managing their tyres so as to finish according to a strategy that has been calculated before hand as the quickest way to get to the end of the race. I think we're dangerously close to the point where it's more about who's got the best data sheet than who's the best racer or even who has the best car. And personally, I never found maths tests all that exciting.

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