Gary Anderson: F1 can focus on real problems

Gary Anderson: F1 can focus on real problems

The superb Bahrain GP showed that Formula 1 doesn't need to rethink its 2014 technical format. Now, says GARY ANDERSON, the sport can focus on the things it really does need to fix

Anyone who thinks Formula 1 is boring after the Bahrain Grand Prix has their head inserted in a very deep and very dark hole. I have been around this sport for a long time and I can't remember a race that had so much genuine action-packed racing throughout the field.

It wasn't just about artificial DRS passes. It was about overtaking manoeuvres based on pressure-driven mistakes with side-by-side racing that, in some cases, went on for corner after corner. It was Formula 1 at its best.

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