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February 09, 2016 5:01 PM

F1 » Max Yamabiko: F1 will pay a big price for token gesture

Abiteboul's statement, "An F1 that is dictated by the performance of the engine is not good for anyone" is ridiculous. F1 has a long history of being about who's engine is better. It is only in recent times, first with engine freezes and then with an entertainment philosophy which displaced competition as the force which drives F1 that this has been challenged. As much as I appreciate Mr.Yamabiko's articles the idea that F1 shouldn't be a chequebook formula is refreshingly naive.


February 05, 2016 6:58 PM

F1 » F1 ‘afraid’ of making decisions - Abiteboul

Speed is relative. Who are the people saying F1 is too slow? Clue: They are the one's with a hidden agenda attempting to advance their own advantage through subterfuge. The only rule that has anything to do with endurance is the race length and limits on the number of parts that may be used in a season. Degrading tires are by their own definition anti-endurance. Abiteboul has the right idea about taking a new course, any new course, in the tech regs. That is better than doing nothing but it remains to to seen if the governance of F1, once having set on a course, has the common sense or wisdom to correct it's own mistakes.

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