F1's poor decision making is infuriating

F1's poor decision making is infuriating

Things didn't always work out when F1 was run as a dictatorship, but the indecision shown by those in power in recent years is often an even worse way to get things done

"It wouldn't have been like this in Max Mosley's day," has been a familiar refrain over the years since the more passive Jean Todt took up office as FIA president.

Never has a remark been more apt than over the course of the past few months, as the FIA has performed more u-turns than a stunt driver involved in the making of a Fast & Furious movie.

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