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The Betfairy
04 Apr 10 12:24
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By starting with the fastest cars at the front, then gaps between cars naturally gets wider. Therefore, no overtaking, no racing.

That's why the only real excitement comes from wet races when the cars are mixed up.

F1 should introduce some kid of reverse grid policy (starting in reverse order of last race). Or two half races, first by qualifying, second by reverse order.
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Report Dylan1975 April 4, 2010 12:30 PM BST
If you gave points for qualifying it might make sense to try something like this.

Certainly makes the race more entertaining when you have fast cars at the back of the grid.
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