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Formula 1 Drivers Criticize New Generation Of Cars, Call For Improved Cornering Speed
Published February 5, 2014
DOUBLE POINTS: For CITY AM, Christian Sylt wrote F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone said that "he introduced controversial rules to award double points for the last race of the season in order to help Ferrari compete." Ecclestone said of Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo, "He was talking about it and I said, 'It is very simple why we got that [rule]. It is because you aren't performing. If you were doing what you should be doing there wouldn't be any need for it.' He said, 'I know, I know'" (CITY AM, 2/4).