Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo is unhappy about the new regulations for F1 2011.

This season the sport will re-introduce Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems, KERS, and introduce an adjustable rear wing, all in an attempt to aid overtaking and improve the spectacle of the sport. However speaking at the Geneva International Motor Show this week, di Montezemolo noted that steering wheels are becoming increasingly 'martian', now they have so many buttons: "The current regulations have nothing to do with F1," he added, according to reports by Finland's Turun Sanomat.

Montezemolo also reiterated his dislike of the testing ban, something that has hurt the Scuderia more than most as the team can no longer make use of its private Fiorano test track.



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