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SBD Global/January 30, 2014/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Formula 1 Endures Chaotic Test Of New Rules As Cars Complete Just 93 Laps Combined
Published January 30, 2014
ECCLESTONE PUSHES FOR DOUBLE POINTS: GRAND PRIX reported F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone has written a letter to F1's 11 teams, "arguing that the controversial new 'double points' rule should be extended to the final three races of the season." Three races was always Ecclestone's plan, but "many team bosses refused to agree." Ecclestone, 83, "is trying again to push his original plan through, appealing directly in writing to the F1 teams because a change at such a late date would require total unanimity up and down pitlane" (GRAND PRIX, 1/29).