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F1: Vettel labels double points rule "absurd"
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel has joined F1 fans and media in criticising the new double points rule, the German labelling the idea "absurd".
Double points plan absurd - Vettel
Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel criticises plans to award double points for the season's final race from 2014.
Vettel: Double points concept absurd
Sebastian Vettel has described as "absurd" the recent decision to ratify double points for the final race of the season from 2014 onwards.
Rosberg confident of beating Red Bull
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg says he is confident of toppling key rivals Red Bull next season, after his team's progress during the 2013 campaign.
F1: What's the point?
Negative fan reaction aside, a deeper analysis paints a rather confusing picture for a change which is aimed at spicing up the championship until the very end of the season.
Record-breaking bid for Vettel helmet
The race helmet Sebastian Vettel used during this year's German Grand Prix raised a record-breaking amount of money at a charity auction on Monday.
Column: F1's double points gimmick
On Monday afternoon, Formula 1 fans were left in a state of shock over the FIA's latest string of regulation changes. While budget caps, minor time penalties and permanent numbers fall under the category of sensible suggestions, the concept of awarding double points for the season finale defies belief.
Teams reject forced pit-stop proposal
Formula 1 teams have rejected a proposal to force drivers to make at least two pit-stops at each Grand Prix.
Pirelli Bahrain tyre test confirmed by FIA
Pirelli will stage its planned tyre test at the Bahrain International Circuit later this month after receiving final permission from governing body the FIA.
Teams reject forced pit stop plan
A proposal to force drivers to make at least two pit stops per grand prix has been rejected by Formula 1 teams.
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