F1 overtaking should be quality not quantity

F1 overtaking should be quality not quantity

Fernando Alonso's suggestion Formula 1 doesn't need much overtaking has merit, says EDD STRAW, but pinpointing how to achieve a meaningful amount of it isn't easy

If Formula 1 has proved one thing in recent years, it's that you really can have too much of a good thing. And that's equally true of something that is believed to be a good thing.

To be precise, you can have too much overtaking, something Fernando Alonso highlighted in the build-up to the Russian Grand Prix in a heartfelt discussion about the state of F1.

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