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The changes won't be the death of F1 like many have stated... once the season gets underway everyone forgets what engine configuration etc there is and just enjoys the spectacle.
F1 will never be a totally eco-friendly, slow, boring event as the fans won't turn up and watch.
These changes only affect the wider global trend of using less fuel/emissions to go racing, its incredible how they can keep reducing the fuel/number of engines and still keep going round the track as quickly as before. It is PROGRESS!