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Another nail in the coffin of F1, the huge cost of developing these new engines will have to be passed on to the teams, maybe OK for those with free engines or huge budgets but for the rest it will be the final straw. I forsee the grids for F1 returning to the levels of the fifties and sixties with three or four well funded teams and a ragtag of nohopers with third rate cars and even worse engines. The FIA and their cohorts seem to be hell bent on taking F1 in the wrong direction, they only care about themselves and have no interest in the people who pay good money to watch F1 either live or on the screen. Somebody please find some people with some good old fashioned common sense who can get F1 going in the right direction.