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The change to new engines is a classic example of shooting one's self in the foot. There was no good reason why this could not have been delayed for a few years to allow things to improve. In addition as things stand there wil be less engines available to share round, if any new teams do manage to come forward what are they going to use, The current suppliers are all pretty committed and I don't see any new suppliers on the horizon at present. The situation is not helped by Bernie welcoming teams in when he wants them and then saying they are a heap of **** and he wishes they would go away because they don't project the correct image for F1. Hopefully before I am tucked up in my box sanity will prevail!