Macau is an antidote to F1 mess

Macau is an antidote to F1 mess

The Macau Grand Prix could not provide a starker contrast to Formula 1, highlighting how the pinnacle of the sport has lost its way, according to JONATHAN NOBLE

As Formula 1 heads to a Tilkedrome on the artificial Yas Island, for a title showdown threatened by the gimmick of double points, some of us will at least arrive there refreshed by the reality check that comes from a dose of the Macau Grand Prix.

While the F1 world appears to get ever more wearisome of paddock politics - be it fights over costs, income distribution, engine freezes or snipes at young fans - a few days in Macau is always a fantastic reminder of what this sport is supposed to be all about: the racing.

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