F1 isn't broken - it needs YouTube

F1 isn't broken - it needs YouTube

Negativity surrounds F1 in the modern age, but JONATHAN NOBLE argues that a radical overhaul of the cars doesn't need to be top of the list of things to change

As talks continued this week to try to edge Formula 1 closer to a rules revolution package between now and 2017, it is as though everyone is now convinced that something major is broken.

Such is the clamour for change, with wider cars, bigger tyres and 1000bhp engines all being targeted, that you could be forgiven for thinking that the current generation of machinery is an utter failure.

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