In defence of F1's new regulations

In defence of F1's new regulations

Some believed that this year's F1 regulations - what with KERS and DRS - would make the racing too artificial. After the first three races, Tony Dodgins says that is far from the case

What a fabulous grand prix! Easy to get carried away in the euphoria of it all, I know, but credit where credit's due – Pirelli deserves a pat on the back.

The big debate raging since the start of a season with high degradation tyres, KERS and DRS rear wings, is whether of not Formula 1 has become too artificial.

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