Ecclestone proposes artificial rain to Formula 1


The executive director of F1, Bernie Ecclestone, proposing the introduction of rain artificial during the world of formula 1 racing as a solution to the shortage of overtaking in the competition Queen of auto racing.

“In competitions that occur on dry slopes overtaking are currently almost impossible.” In time of rain it is all different. Wet asphalt is not difficult. Why not do it to make the racing more exciting? “, explained.”

“For example, you could ‘do rain’ in the last 20 minutes of the race and in the last 10 laps.” Two minutes before that could prevent the pilots. “The suspense would be guaranteed and all would be under the same conditions”, he proposed to Ecclestone.

The first Grand Prize of the championship the F1 world be held March 27 in Australia, due to the cancellation of the GP of Bahrain by the instability that lived the country by the social revolt against the Government.

Do you think that the proposal of the Chairman of the F1 is the best alternative to make races more interesting? What difficulties would be presented with the introduction of this surprising proposal? RT offers space for the discussion of this topic.

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