What has the Strategy Group actually achieved?

What has the Strategy Group actually achieved?

The Strategy Group had bold plans for F1 back in 2014, but a look at how few of those have come to fruition tells a tale of a failure to deliver on the pledges it set out two years ago

Following the 'radio silence' debacles at Silverstone and the Hungaroring, Formula 1's Strategy Group met on the Thursday ahead of the last round before the summer break, the German Grand Prix.

Team bosses gleefully reported back that not only had they managed to persuade the FIA to derestrict driver-to-pit communications, but the governing body agreed to in future treat double waved yellow flags during qualifying as reds.

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