Team boss Peter Sauber believes the changes to Formula One are not enough and the next step is for all team cars to be virtually the same.

Team boss Peter Sauber believes the changes to Formula One are not enough and the next step is for all team cars to be virtually the same.

reported that the Sauber team boss would like all teams to buy their vehicles directly off the assembly line. This would make the teams almost equal and put the emphasis on driver skills again and save costs.

“Formula One could save drastically without the public noticing it. On the contrary, the fans would profit from it,” Sauber said.

“With cars from the rack, the budget would only be a third or a fourth of what it is now. What (is wrong with) each team buying its cars from a supplier like Lola and then sticking their own sponsor logos on it? The whole development costs would be eliminated. Furthermore, the driving skills would become more important again, as the level of the cars would be the same.”

The sport's governing body, the FIA, this month changed the rules by eliminating traction control and other electronic help.

Meanwhile, new Jaguar driver Mark Webber told that he does not see how the FIA will police the use of traction control. Though traction control is banned, the cars do not have to have standard control boxes.

"They tried to police it before and they had a bit of trouble, otherwise they wouldn’t have legalised it again. It was a case of them saying ‘No one is cheating because you’re allowed to have everything’,” he said.

"Now they’ve decided to take a few of those things away from us, they’ve got to have a very clear standpoint on the issue because they need to be able to say 100 per cent that no one is using anything like that.

"I hope that it is very, very clear because that would be good for the sport. It needs to be clear and precise but because that’s what people want."