Formula 1 seems scared of common sense

Formula 1 seems scared of common sense

A combination of unique events during the Hungarian Grand Prix underlined that Formula 1 is making life hard for itself with overcomplicated rules rather than common sense

Something has got to give, because events during the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend did not cast Formula 1 in a good light.

There were complaints about track limits, lengthy debates over a potential yellow-flag infringement and the application of the 107% rule. and hefty criticism of the new radio restrictions.

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