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By Jayme Monsanto, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - The International Automobile Federation (FIA) announced this week that from now on, the F1 World Champion title would go to the racer with most wins instead of going to the racer with most points. The number of points would only serve as tie breaker in case of existing two or more first-placers in the championship with the same amount of victories.

Most of Formula 1's supporters and drivers, in activity or retired, didn't approve the measure. The main argument against it is that if a racer dominated the first . . .

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