A closer look at the WMSC decisions

A closer look at the WMSC decisions

Dieter Rencken takes a closer look at the decisions - and their implications - taken by the World Motor Sport Council earlier this week

Not too long ago changes to Formula 1's sporting and technical regulations came so thickly and rapidly, and, crucially, at such short notice that one team insider at the time described long-term planning in F1 as nothing other than 'knowing which airport to head for next...'.

However, the outcome of the latest World Motor Sport Council meet, held in the run-up to the FIA's annual prize-giving gala in Monaco, has made abundantly clear that this philosophy has been consigned to the massive skips found in the back alleys which bound motoring's governing body's premises on the place de la Concorde, 75008, Paris.

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