Why F1 needs MotoGP's benefits system

Why F1 needs MotoGP's benefits system

Formula 1 on the verge of revealing yet another rules overhaul - so why not pay attention to a series that is consistently delivering good racing and a wide spread of success rather than sticking with its current cycle of endless reinvention?

MotoGP produced a thriller with its epic race at Mugello last weekend, but it's all too easy to sneer that top-level motorbikes only produce greater overtaking fests than Formula 1 does because two-wheeled machines have more room on track to pass each other.

Indeed, the passing and repassing duels between Danilo Petrucci, Marc Marquez, Andrea Dovizioso and Alex Rins that lit up Mugello took place on the kind of corners where F1's current wide-body cars would struggle to get around two abreast.

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