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Why Ferrari must be regretting its off-season changes
Ferrari had the pace to take pole in Germany and could have won the chaotic race, but the team was again undone by issues. This, argues former Formula 1 technical director Gary Anderson, is a result of changes the team has made to itself.
Last weekend's German Grand Prix reminded us that Bernie Ecclestone's proposal from some years back that tracks should have a sprinkler system to produce random wet races might not be such a bad idea.
Joking aside, what happened at Hockenheim threw up plenty of randomness and showed that sometimes anything really can happen.
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