London, Mar 22 (ANI): F1 champion Jenson Button insists big decisions must be made if Formula One fails to brighten up over the next few races.
Button was furious as the new regulations turned last week's Bahrain Grand Prix into a procession.
It means the pressure is on for F1 over the next three races, starting in Australia next Sunday, The Sun reports.
Button said: "I don't know how we are going to make the racing more exciting than it is. I hope it's just because of the layout in Bahrain and it was the first race."
"It's annoying because it's a sport I love and it's tough to see a procession. There's still every chance it's going to be a fantastic season. We just have to see what happens over the next few races.
"But if it's not going in the right direction, then people have to start making the decisions," he added.
Button's McLaren teammate Lewis Hamilton even said his mother Linda was bored at Bahrain.
And the former world champion thinks Red Bull are the team to beat this season despite Ferrari one-two in the opening race.
He said: "You've got to assume the next race will be more exciting. The track should be more favourable as it's a street circuit. But the Red Bull is ridiculously faster than anyone lse. It's insane." (ANI)