Formula 1: What's Wrong with the Current World of F1?

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Formula 1: What's Wrong with the Current World of F1?
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I will warn all readers now—this is a very opinionated bit of writing and has been inspired by some amazing historic footage of F1 that has been shown by the BBC in the last few weeks.

Some of the amazing footage that has been shown has really got me thinking. 

I started watching F1 when I was a lad—maybe no more than 11 or 12 years of age. I remember the weekend when Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna tragically lost their lives.

I've seen the dominance of Schumacher and the men who have been able to limit him to 7 F1 crowns.

In my viewing career I have seen drivers come and go, teams be bought and sold, and the worry of politics rear it's ugly head.

New circuits have arrived, people have retired, cars have crashed and fortunes made.

Yet in 2011 I feel that there is something missing.

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