Why it's time for F1 to think single-make

Why it's time for F1 to think single-make

Audiences are decreasing, and the level of criticism of Formula 1 is increasing. It's time to think the unthinkable before it's too late

The cacophony of criticism against the current state of Formula 1 has grown steadily and relentlessly, underlined by increasing unpopularity - with its shrinking fanbase, as well as its own participants.

F1's top drivers - those who should be its greatest champions - bemoan its flaws. Lewis Hamilton is exasperated by tyres that turn to mush if he drives too fast; Sebastian Vettel talks of F1 being overly complicated by technology only a minority of boffins understand.

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