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Well, this time i think different than Kimi. I want to see the car exploit at full. If the Red Bull could open is rear wing it means they, in this circuntancies, have the better car. I want qualifying tyres. I want more manufactures in the championship. Maybe rules should be more radical, putting a limit in fuel consumption for instance, more brands will be attract to join f1 because they could use this technology in road cars. I don't know, maybe if radical rules were implemented instead of three manufactores we could finishing with none. Who is in charge knows more about this than me. Only one more thing about little teams. With this rules they suffer more. In qualifying they only have 15 minutes of exposion, and even in this time, TV is, in the majority of time, following "the big guns". In this scenario it is very small the chance of new entries. But let's end with this mood. In the other side, the tracks are much better than in the past and the level of pilots is greater too. We h