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F1 has tons of 'limits'. Does that make it not racing? There are significant limits to downforce. There are limits to engine size, rev limits, traction control, movable aerodynamic parts. There is no refueling. You can only use DRS at certain parts of the track.
All of these things are limits, and it's still racing. If there were no limits, we would have rockets running and there might be a fatality per week, but I guess it would be 'racing'!
So listen to Kimi. Racing is about making the fastest possible car within the rules that are provided. Get in the car and complete the 60 laps as fast as possible.
Just PLEASE don't return to the parade of 2004.