Posted on March 7, 2009

Here we go again. Another round of ‘what ifs’, this time based on the proposal put forward by FOTA for revising the points system this season. They suggest that the winner should be receive greater reward (12 points) and that the podium finishers should gain more relative to the rest. So the mathematicians have been working out what different championship outcomes we might havd had in the past if this system had been in place. The biggest difference is that Eddie Irvine would have won the title in 1999 and Damon Hill would be a double champion, with victory in More…

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