Don't dismiss reverse grids too quickly

Don't dismiss reverse grids too quickly

After the British and Hungarian GPs were spiced up by changes to the leading order at the start, EDD STRAW explains why reverse grids could be a serious solution to creating excitement in F1

It's easy to laugh off the suggestion of introducing reverse grids in Formula 1. After all, it means the slowest will be given an advantage...won't it?

But according to the results of the recent fan survey conducted by F1 Racing in association with AUTOSPORT and Motorsport News, 24.1 per cent of you are open to the idea of reverse grids in grand prix racing - and you are right to take that position, even if it also means three quarters are against it.

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