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It really is time for Bernie to go, if he did'nt like the new regulations he had enough clout to have done something about it so It's no good winging about it now. It was a mistake given the cost to introduce new engines, they will make no difference to the racing and it was a political move foisted on everyone in the nams of the Green movement. What that has to do with F1 is beyond me. FI is not doing the job as far as I am concerned and it's daft moves like this that don't help and discourage new tems form coming in. Together with the daft tyre regulation and other gimmicks it has brought F1 to it's knees. When will somebody consider the fans who want to see real racing and not a contrived tyre preservation run.