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The REAL Problem with Formula One

A lot has been said in recent days of the snoozefest that was the Bahrain GP, and rightly so. Much blame has been given out by fans as to why—the narrower front tires, the massive fuel loads, the reconfigured course... But really, it's too early to say that the changes to the car have hurt the racing. Bahrain may have been a simple fluke, be it caused by the track configuration or some other unforeseen factor. But rather than focus on what happened on track in Bahrain, I'd like to discuss some about F1 off the track. Specifically, the failure of USF1. Up until January, indications were that USF1 had good hopes of getting a car on the track, even if it was likely to be a little late. Then things unraveled, and unraveled so fast many o...

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