A five-point plan to change Formula 1

A five-point plan to change Formula 1

Formula 1's hierarchy is undergoing change - but will the way it operates remain the same? Grand prix racing has a real opportunity to get itself out of the mire, and there are several ways it can go about it

This is unexpected - and I must say, it feels quite strange. On November 28 2007 I posted what I thought was my final ever story to Autosport - and yet a little over nine years later, here I am again. I thought I was done with a title that had previously played a huge part in my life. As it turns out, and to my great surprise, Autosport is still unfinished business.

Felipe Massa, eat your heart out.

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