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Sainz warns of F1 driver exodus if regulations don't change

Carlos Sainz believes that Formula 1 organisers will face a problem of midfield drivers perhaps looking to other motorsport disciplines for racing if the current regulations are not changed, so that the likes of Mercedes, Ferrari, and Red Bull don’t continue to dominate. The Spaniard is currently ‘best of the rest’ in the F1 standings in seventh place, with all the drivers of the aforementioned teams making up the top six comfortably. Article continues under video For 2021, there are proposals in place which will aim to level the playing field in the sport, such as the standardisation of engine parts and the more even distribution of finances to the teams. Sainz thinks such changes...
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