always but thats been F1 teams all over. since theyve had the input. they would rather destroy the sport they race in. than have a rule that might bring F1 more healthier & on the road back to the glory days
i cant speak for before 1998 because i didnt watch it. id only be take another person opinion. but F1 has had some "glory days" 1998 - 2000, 2003, 2005 - 2010 & 2012. i geninely didnt think we are that far away. if season had started in austria last yr. it wouldve been considered 1 of the best seasons for a decade. a close 3 way title race, 6 different winners . that spell in 2019 between canada to italy was some of the best consistent racing i can remember.
but everytime i think finally all 3 teams have closed up. mercedes blow everyone out of the water in the 1st 8 races following season
During one of the previous Concorde Agreement negotiations Ron Dennis came across Bernie Ecclestone at breakfast and told him that no one would sign the contract. Bernie and Ron both enjoyed a flutter so Bernie said to Ron "I bet you a hundred thousands pounds someone will sign it" "You're on" said Ron and they shook hands.
Bernie then took the latest version of the Concorde Agreement from his briefcase, which was by his table, and duly signed it. "You owe a hundred grand" said Bernie to Ron.
I suspect Bernie is a better gambler than the Liberty Media crowd.
Toto Wolff believes Formula 1 is set for the "biggest transition" in its history through the upcoming changes to the technical and financial structure of the series
The rule change for 2022 will be the biggest rule change in F1 history, even bigger than the last one which was the biggest in F1 history, which in itself was the biggest one since the last biggest one in history.