To me, the best and only option right now would be to scrap the development freeze. Tell every engine manufacturer that they’ve got until the end of the calendar year to throw as much money, testing, and development work into their power units as they want in order to achieve a set parameter of performance. Make these things sing. Then, on January 1st 2016, the window closes. Keep tokens into the following years to allow gradual development and keep the interest in the engine formula, but given the current disparity perhaps we need an amnesty of sorts, to allow everyone to start from a relatively level position.
That shows a significant lack of understanding of downforce in motor racing. ALL race cars use downforce to retain stability and it is NOT the problem - look at Le Mans and WEC. Those cars have more downforce than F1 cars, but race incredibly well. It's not the downforce that is the issue, but how the regulations allow you to produce it.
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