F1 rule changes don't go far enough

F1 rule changes don't go far enough

AUTOSPORT technical expert GARY ANDERSON argues that F1 rule changes should just be the tip of the iceberg

For a long time, I have been saying that the regulation stating "the driver must drive the car alone and unaided" is not enforced to the level it should be.

The recent technical directive, which comes into effect for next month's Belgian Grand Prix, explaining how the starts will return to the control of the driver, is one small example of this problem being tackled.

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