It's not the end of the world in F1

It's not the end of the world in F1

Is the Pirelli/DRS combination destroying F1? Not according to Jonathan Noble, who argues that China was a matter of tiny elements out of balance in a sport firmly on the right track

Chicken Licken would have had an easy time finding people to listen to him about the sky falling in on Formula 1 after the Chinese Grand Prix.

Following a weekend where there were cries that F1 has now become "a bit WWF", that top stars were touring around in qualifying "like Driving Miss Daisy" and there were radio calls back to the pitwall asking if they should or shouldn't be racing rivals, who could dispute that something was amiss?

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