News that Formula 1's stewards will be more lenient and only apply penalties to drivers egregiously at fault for causing collisions is good, right? After all, who doesn't want to see great racing, with the high risk of penalties not acting as a disincentive to attempting a crowd-pleasing overtake?
In isolation this sounds like a positive step. But we've been here before, and while similar plans in the past have had a small impact, the need for repeated attempts to tackle this issue proves it's not as easy to do as it sounds.
Remember this story from June 2014, with the FIA planning to 'ease back on driving standards investigations'? That was a good thing too. There was also discussion of exactly the same thing 14 months before that. Quite the recurring theme.