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Oh, but equal racing went out of the window long already. With current tech it is simply impossible to keep up an interesting (since F1 is a commerical sport) race. You have to find loopholes. Slippery tires don't exist any more untill Pirelli forced them, when was the last time you saw an F1 car powerslide? Yes it's simulated, but are all 'fixes' such as DRS and KERS not only a direct followup of all set rules by the FIA? People point too quickly to the easily recognizable parts: Within a second? DRS away! Saved a bit of paer? KERS past on the straight! You see them every race, but hudden behind that are the much larger tech limitations placed upon the cars. People like to whine about DRS and KERS because they are easily spotted, while it's difficult to put a value on what a 1 litre less fuletank might do. People say the racing today is fake, but is it that really so after all years of hidden (and later allowed) driver aids? I think we are actually going the right way again. You ju

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