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Remember earlier this week that there was an announcement that there was a new rule that future F1 champions would be the driver who won the most races, well that didn’t go very well with many of the drivers. Bernie Ecclestone decided this weekend to hold off on this idea until next season.
“It will be supported by the FIA and it will be in the regulations, so when the people enter the (2010) championship, that’s what the regulation will be,” Ecclestone told the BBC Radio 5 Live Sportsweek programme.
“To make any changes when the entries have closed, you have to get a unanimous agreement between all the people that have entered, and it would appear that some of the teams didn’t like the idea,” said Ecclestone.