Should f1 continue to have slower cars on the track???

January 15, 2007 6:29am CST
In every f1 race we see the slower cars like super aguri, midland, etc running their own race which is only of academic interest. These cars are never in the reckoning for any kind of points and hence no one is interested in them. Therefore, the racing is mainly a five or six team affair rather than a 10 team affair, which it should ideally be. Considering this, shouldn't it be right for the authorities to specify a minimum set of criteria for cars to race in f1? The race objective should be that any of the 10 teams should be in a poisition to win and not just 3 or 4 teams.
2 responses
• India
24 Jan 07
i too agree with you
@jdmdx02 (13)
• Indonesia
18 Jan 07
Well I do agree that there're only 5-6 teams earning good points, the rest of them are just for cheering the race up. But compared to some years back F1 has become more competitive. Let's hope that there'll be more regulation that'll make even a more competitive F1.