Reverse grids would guarantee F1 action

Reverse grids would guarantee F1 action

The recent Hungarian GP was a classic, but EDD STRAW argues that the only way to ensure such races are the norm is to scramble grids. But is that really a path F1 should take?

The destiny of the 2014 Formula 1 world championship will be decided over the run of eight races in 14 weekends that begins with Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.

If a few of those events live up to the drama of Hungary and the battle for the drivers' championship remains as gripping has it been so far, 2014 will rightly be remembered as a classic season.

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