Change through con­ti­nu­ity

F1 Racing - - INBOX -

Dou­ble points may be gone, but the po­ten­tial prob­lem of the same driver win­ning suc­ces­sive cham­pi­onships be­cause they have ‘the best car’ has yet to be ad­dressed.

If Mercedes and Lewis Hamil­ton have found the right for­mula and en­joy a pe­riod of suc­cess sim­i­lar to that of Red Bull and Se­bas­tian Vet­tel, then the tin­ker­ing with the rules will be­gin again very soon.

It’s an idea that has yet to be tried, but in­stead of chang­ing the rules, why not give each team the same en­gine? The man­u­fac­tur­ers could take it in turns to sup­ply the en­gines and the teams would be left to de­sign their own cars. All fans of the sport would love to see a level play­ing eld and many more driv­ers would be given the chance to prove their skill. Peter J B Green

Es­sex, UK

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