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F1’s Future: An Epitaph or Simply the End of a Chapter?

Banned in season testing, no aerodynamical development, engine freeze; these rules and many more have been introduced in F1 to make racing affordable.  The desired result was to be an equalized field of machines that look fast at an economical price.  Rules pushed through for the 2008, and 2009 seasons appeared to be a genuine attempt at making the sport much leaner, exciting, and more 21st century.  The result, the same type of racing, quite possibly at the same price as the previous seasons. Half way through the 2009 season the F1 grid is being dominated by two teams.  While there has been a resurgence of McLaren, Ferrari, and Renault performance, the team the fan is most likely to see on the podium, if not perched at ...

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