i think this is being sorted with the 2022 rules & i think ross brawn is going to be militant on thisThe issue of turbulence should be addressed with engineering solutions. If the wake which comes off the cars stops the car behind from getting close it must be measurable and there should be a requirement to reduce it to a level which allows a following car to get within X metres without it affecting their aerodynamic efficiency. If the result is lower aero grip for the cars generally then all the better.
Set £100m budget
Get rid of royalty payments
Tell Ferrari to shove it with their rule veto
Finally tell those sore losers Red Bull to simply off if they can't accept getting beat or don't like the rules
Breaking news "Serial quitter says he would quit F1 over reverse grids - Shock"although i agree with him if they had this on the sunday "feature" race it would be horrible,
but i dont see the issue with a stand alone championship on a friday or saturday. with a sprint race with either fully reversed championship standings, or just top 10
Alpine special advisor Alain Prost says he "hates" the idea of reverse grid races in F1 and "would quit the sport" if the proposal was implemented in the future.www.gpfans.com