What F1 must learn from FE's attack mode

What F1 must learn from FE's attack mode

Formula 1 has not, by and large, pushed the boundaries too far when it comes to adopting new innovations. Its latest, 'harmless', new rule was not received particularly well, but there remains a case for the championship to experiment more

Formula 1 has long resisted radical change, so it's no surprise shivers are sent down many fans' spines when you mention the word gimmicks.

Considering the criticism that has floated around in recent days at the harmless new rule that offers a point for fastest lap, it's little wonder that F1's bosses don't want to go down the route of introducing reversed grids, success ballast or fan boost.

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