I tend to aggree with Jarno, perfect relyability is taking another element of F1 away. We need more car failures and more do or die overtaking moves in F1.
Id like to hear the engines scream to 19,000rpm plus again. The engines are now so relyable there is not many failures in the early season. However with the 8 engine rule i think this needs a look at as well. Id like this;
* Take RPM lmimiter off
* Engines either have to be used consecutivly one after another or the option of a 9th engine is taken away and if driver goes into the last 2 or 3 GP with three blocks blown he may have to use a engine with only "practice milage" left on it in a race and quali.
As for trying to get more overtaking, what about a point for most overtakes on the track, for the guys that go out in Q1 and Q2???
Or another rule, 10 laps out blue flags are suspended and the guys that went out in Q1 and Q2 and arnt in the normal points paying places, can go for fastest lap??
Would create carnage in the final laps with the faster cars trying to get thrugh traffic and cars trying to get the Fastest Lap.
Years ago we wanted more cars to finish, now we want less cars to finish as theres not enough blow-ups or crashes.