Does Formula 1 need to be faster?

Does Formula 1 need to be faster?

Formula 1 shouldn't over-react to dull grands prix, but the problems with its current package become very exposed when the racing is poor, says BEN ANDERSON - and top drivers agree

The recent Canadian Grand Prix will have done little to alleviate the sense that Formula 1 is failing to hit the right note with many fans of motor racing.

Given last year's edition was so exciting, featuring the fastest cars in the field hitting mechanical trouble, a multi-car fight for victory, a round-the-outside pass on the grass to settle the matter, and a massive crash on the penultimate lap, it's no surprise the BBC chose Canada as one of its precious few races to broadcast live in the UK for 2015.

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