F1 needs to stop using half-measures

F1 needs to stop using half-measures

Formula 1's constant tinkering - and subsequent criticism from stakeholders - does nobody any favours, writes GLENN FREEMAN, who argues that it should either return to its roots or actually embrace change

Fernando Alonso's right: in Formula 1 "we pretend to change".

The significance of so many drivers speaking their minds last week during the final F1 test should not be overlooked. Until now, the majority of the talking and/or criticism has come from other senior figures in the paddock and disgruntled fans.

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