Gary Anderson: The simple fixes for F1's flaws

Gary Anderson: The simple fixes for F1's flaws

A genuinely dull Hungarian Grand Prix highlighted a series of issues that are threatening to overshadow Formula 1, but are also frustratingly easy to rectify

Formula 1 has been my life for more than four decades and it's a great sport. But something needs to be done to make it more appealing to both the casual viewer and the enthusiast, particularly with the way the rules work.

I watched the complete Hungarian Grand Prix weekend - practice sessions, qualifying and the race. While it had some exciting moments, particularly qualifying and the first kilometre of the race, it was basically as dull as ditchwater.

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