The human nature will always bias the teams decision making when it comes to rules, so they should have zero part in it.mzso wrote: ↑Thu Apr 28, 2022 8:35 pmSuch as "setting rules in stone" that no-one wants to compete by. You can't just ignore what potential competitors want.
The 200 IQ play is to set the rules in stone, then compromise slightly after the initial feather ruffle... This works in business every single day, all over the world.
The teams will compete if you have a Formula, prize purse, and enough exposure to drive sponsorship. They may cry about change that doesn't benefit them, but they will get over it.
And yes, if the stone- set idea is bad, it will fail... As it should.
The world is not changed by reasonable men.