London: Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone believes Sebastian Vettel's dominance could be harming the sport and wants this season's title to be decided when Brazil hosts the final race.
Vettel became the youngest F1 champion in the last Grand Prix of the 2010 season. But the German Red Bull driver successfully defended his title with three races to spare in October, and Ecclestone is concerned interest could be affected if that happens again.
"We always say this, but I hope the last race is going to be the one where the championship is won," Ecclestone said Thursday. "We don't want what happened last year, which was not too good ... The only person that would say no to that would be Sebastian, but I think everybody else would agree with it.