How to fix F1 qualifying

How to fix F1 qualifying

Formula 1 has worked itself into a corner with the unpopular elimination-style qualifying first used in Australia. With the proposed aggregate system also proving divisive, Autosport's experts offer their solutions

Formula 1 will take the next steps in its 2016 qualifying saga later this week, with a change to a format based on 'aggregate' times under consideration for the Chinese Grand Prix.

While we wait to see how Thursday's meeting develops, when a vote on the new proposal is expected, Autosport's experts have put forward their own suggestions for how qualifying should be changed.

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