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15:50  15 may  2019
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A season that appears over before it’ s barely begun has one man crying out for a solution to even the playing field in Formula One. That’ s as impressive as it is challenging as we crave some variety and surprises in F 1 . I woke up feeling a little disappointed on Monday morning after what may apparently

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F1 legend's passionate plea for future© AAP Lewis Hamilton (44), Valtteri Bottas (77) and Sebastian Vettel (5) at the first corner of the Spanish GP. Leading Formula One commentator Martin Brundle says he’s “disappointed” and “frustrated” after Mercedes recorded their fifth consecutive 1-2 finish at last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.

The 2019 season looked like being the most competitive in years when Ferrari set the fastest times in pre-season testing, however less than a quarter of the way through the season the result of the world championship already appears a foregone conclusion, with the only question being which of the two Mercedes drivers will take the title.

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Writing in his Sky Sports column, Brundle admitted to frustration with Mercedes “for being so damned good at everything,” while Ferrari “are underperforming their considerable resource, talent and potential.”

Brundle criticised both Ferrari drivers, accusing Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc of “making too many mistakes,” while also suggesting the pitwall was to blame as “the team’s race strategies lack clarity and conviction.”

“They are allowing an over-performing Max Verstappen in a temporarily mildly underperforming Red Bull to outshine them. Even when they did have Merc on the ropes in Bahrain they blew it,” Brundle wrote, referencing Leclerc’s engine failure when he was set for victory in Bahrain.

With the sport set for a significant change in regulations for 2021, Brundle expressed fear that it won’t undertake the thorough review it so desperately needs.

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Season 1980 The 1980 Formula One season was the 31st season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It featured the 1980 World Championship of Drivers and the 1980 International Cup for F 1 Constructors which were contested concurrently from 13 January to 5 October over a fourteen race series.

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“Teams are involved in the process too, and they shouldn’t be because they are competitively hard-wired to think only of their own success, and not the good of the sport,” he wrote.

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“I sense significant compromise coming, with little changing in terms of overall competitiveness through the field, and nothing to attract new teams and manufacturers which is critical to the health and future of F1, just as it was in the past.”

Brundle lamented that Valtteri Bottas’ chances of winning the Spanish Grand Prix disappeared in the opening seconds of the race due to clutch issues, with a 66-lap race decided before the first turn because the current generation of cars make it so difficult to pass.

“A complex collection of parts and software we will never be allowed to see, and couldn’t understand anyway, created by an army of talented people we can never meet.

“But the main point here is that a ‘clutch vibration’ should not be a race-defining moment unable to be remedied over the next 300kms.”

Brundle, who drove in 158 races between 1984-1996 and famously battled with Ayrton Senna for the 1983 Formula Three title, outlined his vision for the sport, where the drivers are “gladiators,” and the sport is “a driver’s championship, not an engineers’ tech fest.”

“I’m convinced that F1 has gone the wrong way with these hybrid V6 1.6-litre engines, control systems, and aero,” he wrote.

“This is why 2021 is so important for F1, but we’ve probably missed the optimum moment or maybe they should delay it a year. We must recreate the days when a Jordan, Stewart, or Force India might, just might, win the race.

“And while I’m ranting, I saw a number of interviews with these privileged drivers at the weekend which were reluctant, dismissive and grumpy. You are F1 drivers living the ultimate dream, it’s not the dentist’s waiting room on a wet Monday morning.”

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