Formula One F1 - Spanish Grand Prix - Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain - May 12, 2018 Red Bull's Max Verstappen during practice REUTERS/Albert Gea
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Drivers are getting tired of having no voice in Formula One.F1's top drivers are calling for those in charge of the series to start paying attention to what they have to say when it comes to improving the sport.F1 recently announced changes to the wings and brake ducts to make it easier for cars to follow each other, which theoretically should improve racing. The changes should make cars go a second and a half slower, however.Vettel said it was "a bit comical" how F1 was going back and forth with its changes to try to make the series more exciting.F1 is in its second year under the ownership of U.S.-based Liberty Media, which has also been instilling changes to try to further promote the series.Hamilton on Thursday complained about the lack of input from the top drivers to design the Miami street track that is expected to debut next year.
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