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How to revive excitement in Formula One | Concise messages
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How to revive excitement in Formula One | Concise messages

Formula One could easily be made more interesting and competitive, simply by having 20 races, and each driver drive one race in each car (It’s the Christian Horner paradox: F1 is now hideously dull, but the drama has never been better, 5 March). The constructors’ championship could go on as usual, but the drivers’ championship would finally be decided on ability (and luck). Obviously financial factors would never allow this to happen.
Rebecca Carter
Didcot, Oxfordshire

The 6th of March article by Zoe Williams about red carpet interviews brought back memories of the 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony where Robert Smith from the Cure was unexpectedly approached by a highly energetic TV reporter. She asked, “Are you just as thrilled as I am?” while shoving a microphone in his face. In a composed manner, he responded, “It doesn’t seem like it.”
Paul Slade

During his discussion on fat-shaming, Adrian Chiles shared an experience from his time as a teacher. He was insulted by a student who referred to him as “a fat, old cunt”. When the student was asked to apologize, he only apologized for calling him “old” and not for the other insults.
Keith Langton
Kirkcudbright, Dumfries & Galloway

This was a financial plan aimed at attracting families (Budget 2024, March 6th). Five households.
Jude Carr

Recently, I’ve observed that some of the short letters have been longer than usual. Is this acceptable?
Beverley Davies
Staverton, Devon

Source: theguardian.com