The danger of ignoring a snapshot of how good F1 can be

The danger of ignoring a snapshot of how good F1 can be

A more entertaining run of recent grands prix has coincided with progress on Formula 1's 2021 rules revolution stalling again. The Hockenheim spectacle should serve as a reminder that this chance cannot be wasted

Did a thrilling German Grand Prix give us a tantalising glimpse of where Formula 1 could be in 2021 and beyond if the rules play out as the FIA and Liberty Media intend them to?

That's not to suggest there will be chaotic pitstops, multiple safety-car periods and cars skating across slippery runoffs every weekend.

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