hehe, Now I know at least one person reads my post
I agree with the tire thing, but that also comes down to money, like everything else. I suppose it is easier for the FIA to get some money out of two manufacturers than one. However, you could still have both manufacturers, one makes soft compound tires and the other makes hard.
I guess it is a good question: Is it racing or is it technology development? There comes a point where it goes from being both to where one dominates. We all know that that last 5% improvement is extremely difficult and expensive to acheive. I think that we are pretty much there with this type of car. It might be time to look at more restrictions. Smaller engines, no electronic stuff, smaller wings, bigger drivers :)
I dunno, but I am actually glad I am not the guy having to make these decisions. You are guaranteed to make some people really mad no matter what you do.<html>
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