Smedley: Arguments against F1 radio communication “inane”

The wish to see drivers compete “alone and unaided” was a major impetus behind the sport's controversial radio clampdown, which has since been relaxed following last month's Strategy Group meeting. For Smedley, the restrictions on radio use did not make sense for F1 in its modern state, given the vital influence a team has on a driver's overall performance. “I t ... Keep reading