French Grand Prix strategic advisor Eric Boullier has suggested that there could be major alterations to the track layout at the Paul Ricard, after complaints that the 2019 edition of the race was less-than-entertaining.
The lack of overtaking was the issue earlier in the year, so bosses from the FIA and Formula 1 have been working on a solution.
According to Boullier, we could see a completely different track in 2020.
“I asked what do we need to do? They came back to me with a completely new track layout which was not Paul Ricard at all. It was a new track so a different story! But that was part of the purpose of my request, to find out what could be done,” the former McLaren engineer told Motorsport.com
“So I'm now in the process of coming back to them and saying which ideas are good and I agree with. We are working on it and we will see what can done.”
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