F1 tackles questions nobody is asking

F1 tackles questions nobody is asking

Formula 1 bosses are too scared to make proper changes to mix things up, writes BEN ANDERSON, so instead they find themselves tinkering with areas of F1 that should be left alone

I despair of Formula 1 sometimes. I despair of its reasoning, of its logic, and of its collective sanity.

We are now becoming used to regular tirades against the state of F1 from its commercial chief, but what does Bernie Ecclestone really have to gain from continually criticising the product that makes him so wealthy?

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