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I think people who do not enjoy the path F1 is going to have the right to express their views in a commentary section or is there a "legit" set of opinions ?
As far as I'm concerned, I have mixed views about what F1 is becoming. There are definitely some worrying trends even if I reckon from a technical point of view, you can't go back to the 70's, that's simply not feasible in the current context.
I'm not complaining too much, there are 5 teams who build their own car and are fighting tooth and nail which is still a great feat of the series.
The financial context leads to the current trends of pay drivers (I don't consider Maldonado to strictly be one but the fact that GP2 champ Valsecchi doesn't have a ride while drivers who came behind him speaks volume...) and indeed the all for the show and marketing bias do bug me even if once again nothing new there but certainly new heights...