Back in November I said that its been a long time since driver skill took precedence over engineering skill in Formula One. I said that this is going to continue. Well it's not. There's good news for those who enjoy a driver's race more than an engineer's.
Traction control systems and automatic gearboxes are to be outlawed from Formula One, starting at the British Grand Prix on the 20th July.
In other confirmed changes, pit-to-car telemetry - which allows engineers to change car settings during a race will be banned from after the Melbourne Grand Prix.
Staying in the fast lane, Jon Excell reports that a commercial Maglev train is being tested that …