F1 rules, news and driver information for the 2014 season

Summarised and synopsisised updates (as well as a bit of a moan about 2013) for the 2014 F1 season, via F1addicted.com

F1 addicted

Thankfully, the boring and meaningless 2013 F1 season is over.

Not the fault of the unsportsmanlike Vettel, not the fault of Adrian Newey who won the 2013 WDC with his car design, but the fault of the rules which were out of balance with the needs of the sport.

As mentioned before, F1 fans do understand that the sport is a mix of technology, money, teamwork and driver skill. We fully accept and like this.

Yet ‘driver skill’ must be one of the key criteria – not one of the least important and most meaningless.

Regulations must allow the capacity for some design differentiation and intelligence.

But the Schumacher era should have taught F1 – from all perspectives – that it will be a far less-popular sport if only one team manages to exploit all the possibilities, where others fail.

We cannot have more seasons whereby any of the top…

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