F1 is evolving collectively as a sport. The fast lanes used to be exciting at every turn and every corner. Yet, when a fan sits down on a Sunday, he meets with the routine of monotony on the tracks packaged as Formula 1. Earlier Bernie Ecclestone stated his contempt of using hybrid engines., but he isn’t alone that wants change.
Earlier this year, Stefano Domenicali, the former Ferrari man, was announced to replace Chase Carey as boss of F1. Domenicali has already issued the plan he has in mind. The regulations to the Concorde Agreement are but a precedence to the absolute revamp he plans to initiate.
“F1 is characterized by great cycles, Ferrari or Williams have had it in the past. The goal is that the cycles become shorter and shorter and we need to make a regulation that ensures that the teams can compete at the same level.” remarked the Italian.
The winning cycles make the sport boring. Mercedes understood how their supremacy was choking the fun behind them. Thus they gave in t0 the demands of the modified agreement. Although some are ethically incorrect from the German’s point of view, it is for the greater good.
The Italian Boss at F1 is already laying a firm foundation for his office. He understands that the unequal financial conditions on the grid leads to the disparity in power and thus he plans to maintain a budget cap. Besides that, he is a simple man and he would like the sport as simple as posssible.
“The budget cap serves to level the differences. It increases competitiveness at a time when economic resources are no longer what they used to be. F1 is a platform of maximum reference from a technological point of view, today there is a need to return to excite – explained Sunday -. ,” elaborated Domenicali.
The Italians also suspects fans to feel a Ferrari inclination now that both Jean Todt and him are on board. As Toto Wolff has already pointed out that several times that they will want to choke the German winning streak. However, from a staunch fan’s point of view, the admin board has indulged no favourism so far.
“Both Todt and I hope that he will be competitive again because he represents Italy as Lamborghini . It serves the sporting world. History is a good memory and must be a stimulus. I hope that Binotto, my dear friend, can keep the course straight” concluded the Italian.
Domenicali is a man of action. If he says he will bring back the excitement in F1, he will deliver what he promises. Jean Todt may not have the influence that Domenicali has, but he won’t get biased. All he desires is for every team to start on an equal footing and race as fiercely as the leader.