Dodgy Business: Silver and Gold

Dodgy Business: Silver and Gold

As the debate continues over the merits of Bernie Ecclestone's proposed medal system, Tony Dodgins re-writes history to see how different it would have looked in a Formula One filled with bronze, silver and gold.

It seems as if there is renewed impetus for Bernie's desired 'medal' system in Formula 1. At least from the FIA at any rate.

The idea is that, instead of points, the top three drivers in each race win gold, silver and bronze medals. At the end of the season, the driver with the most gold medals is champion. If two or more drivers have the same number of golds, then the silvers come into play and so on.

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