Dodgy Business: A real driver merry-go-round

Dodgy Business: A real driver merry-go-round

With so many fundamental changes to Formula 1 on the debating table, is it time to seriously considering rotating the drivers between the teams? Tony Dodgins thinks so

This isn't the first time I've brought up the subject of driver rotation. If you read AUTOSPORT magazine you may have seen I was on about it again after the Australian Grand Prix. I didn't have enough words to expand on it there, so here goes…

In Oz I was delighted to see Brawn/Button at the front and Hamilton/McLaren coming from the back. Not because I've anything against either Lewis or McLaren but because it was a perfect illustration of everything that's wrong with F1. From zero to hero and hero to zero respectively, so inevitably and inescapably, all down to the car. The fact that it has ever been thus does not make it right. High time we did something about it.

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