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'Ferrari and Mercedes can f*** off' - Jeremy Clarkson's plan to fix F1

Formula 1 finds itself at a crossroad as Liberty Media and the FIA plot the regulation changes which could change the face of the sport in 2021. The sport's hierarchy and drivers have been locked in recent meetings trying to settle on the sporting regulations which will hopefully bring the sport back to life. Article continues under video One man yet to be called upon… is Jeremy Clarkson. The long-serving motoring broadcaster says modern F1 has bored him into choosing to watch tennis instead. But fear not, he has a plan to fix it: Mercedes and Ferrari f***ing off and points awarded for crashing. Sounds… erm, great!
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