If there is anything that is wrong with this then it is the bullet proof nature of todays cars. The regulations are enforcing to high a level of reliability by stringently restricting the amount of power available.
This has been puzzling me for a couple of seasons now. I understand that engines designed to rev to 21k being operated at 18k are going to be quite reliable, but why are the rest of the components so bulletproof? This seems to be the first time in the history of F1 that the "Chapman Principle" (you can optimise speed or reliability, but never both) isn't being adhered to. You would have though that some of the teams, in a bid to find a little extra, might have slimmed down bearings, chosen a thinner tubing for driveshafts, and so on. But no.