F1 has a virus it needs to cure

F1 has a virus it needs to cure

Formula 1 wasted a lot of opportunities to show itself in a positive light in 2014. That needs to change, says JONATHAN NOBLE, and it's obvious where responsibility sits

While there's been much chatter recently about the step forward that the new cars are going to make pace-wise in 2015, there seems little denying that it's off the track where Formula 1's biggest progress must come.

Last year was a bad one for the sport in this respect.

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