Peter Gill moderator 5pts The Sky Sports F1 commentators have been discussing potential future changes to the points system. "It wouldn't surprise me at all if things like the points system in Formula 1 weren't changed quite significantly in the future," said Sky F1's Ted Kravitz. "If you reward points right down to 20th, providing you finish the race and you also reiterate the classification thing, if you see the chequered flag, you're entitiled to a point, if you don't see the chequered flag you've not finished the race," argued Sky F1 commentator David Croft. "If you do that it just makes the championship nice and clear, it rewards consistency throughout the season and it stops freak results." However, Ted he doesn't think it's a good idea. "If you're going to have to give 20th place driver one point for example, what on earth are you going to give the winner, 40? In that case the winner of the Championship is going to end up with 600 points or something, it's going to be ridiculous." Williams' reserve driver and Sky F1 analyst, Paul Di Resta added he thinks a revamp would give drives more incentive. "It's giving people incentive, to keep running, if you have a problem, to keep on track, because you're going to pick up something, and that something may be the difference at the end of the year. It keeps the fans entertained, they pay their money to come and see cars go around that track and anything like that will encourage people, even if they are a lap down or pick up wind damage, it keeps them running."