F1 had to change - deal with it
For all the moaning about the new look and sound of Formula 1, there should be no doubts that the sport needed to evolve, argues EDD STRAW
"Inevitably, no designer dares to suggest a radically new car and we see virtually the same old bangers wheeled out year after year. Some tiny change puts one team on top for a while, but the cars gradually become more and more alike.
"The less intellectual spectators adore this kind of racing, for they want close finishes above all things, and they get them. In any case they are far more interested in hero-worshipping their favourite drivers than in studying the cars that carry them to victory.
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