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Sebastian Vettel has given short shrift to the new proposed aggregate qualifying system, labelling the idea s***. F1 team bosses met with Bernie Ecclestone and Jean Todt on Sunday in Bahrain to discuss what to do about the qualifying format after a fresh wave of criticism for the little-loved elimination rules, which were used for the second time on Saturday.Although no agreement on what to do for the next race China was reached, a new idea was put forward for aggregate qualifying whereby a drivers two best times in each of the three knockout sessions are combined to set the order. Teams will vote on the proposal on Thursday.VOTE: What Qualy system for China?However, Ferraris Vettel is already not a fan, telling Sky Sports News HQ: Its time to go to the circus.Its a good idea if you want random things to happen, but Formula 1 should be about racing. Its a s*** idea. Although the controversial 90-second eliminations of the current regulations would be dropped, a system of aggregate times would mean that drivers with the outright fastest laps in each session might not be at the head of the timesheet.Bahrain Grand Prix driver ratingsNico Rosberg rather than Lewis Hamilton would have claimed pole position had the proposal been in place for Bahrain.The Germans two fastest laps in Q3 were quicker when combined than his team-mates, who was only fourth fastest after the first runs after an error at the final corner. Ferraris Sebastian Vettel would also have qualified ahead of Hamilton in second. How aggregate qualy would have changed Bahrain GP grid Driver Aggregate Q3 time Actual position on grid 1. Nico Rosberg 2:59.897 2nd 2. Sebastian Vettel 3:00.077 3rd 3. Lewis Hamilton 3:00.120 1st 4. Kimi Raikkonen 3:00.641 4th Qualifying is about that one perfect lap, cautioned Red Bulls Daniel Ricciardo. To have an aggregate, it starts to sound more like some form of endurance racing. I wouldnt be too keen on that.Although teams had agreed unanimously in Australia to go back in full to the 2015 knockout format, such a plan wasnt made available to vote on by the FIA, with Red Bull and McLaren then not agreeing to a hybrid version whereby only Q3 reverted to last years rules.Although Rosberg insists the best way is to go back to how it was because that was always pretty exciting, it seems such a prospect is completely off the table. Simon Lazenby is joined by Ted Kravitz and Martin Brundle to discuss whether an aggregate qualifying system would work Some drivers are prepared to give the aggregate rules a try.Well give it a go - thats all we can say really, Jenson Button told SSNHQ. Its better than this one - I think everythings better than this one.WATCH: Teds Bahrain NotebookDrivers driving round with one eye open is better than this one. I look forward to change and thats whats hopefully coming.Hamilton, who has claimed both poles under the elimination system, said: They come up with all sorts of ideas. When you come up with ideas most of them will not be good and one of them might be good at some stage, so whether or not thats the one we shall see. The furore over qualifying has overshadowed the start to the season and Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admitted we have a political mess going on out there with Ecclestone and Todt resisting teams moves to revert to the 2015 format.Asked why unanimity cannot be achieved, Wolff said: Simple explanation? Madness.F1s last aggregate experimentIt was 11 years ago that F1 last aggregated two qualifying times to set the grid.After Michael Schumacher and Ferraris domination of the 2002 season, when the German won his third consecutive world title by July with a record six races to spare, F1s rulemakers introduced new measures to increase unpredictability in the sport - with changes to qualifying at the heart of them. Ted Kravitz interviews Bernie Ecclestone on qualifying and other topics Between 2003 and 2005 various versions of single-lap qualifying were devised, with the latter year seeing an aggregate system adopted. Across two sessions - one on a Saturday afternoon followed by a second on Sunday morning - drivers would complete single flying laps, with their two times combined to determine their position on the grid.However, the new idea proved unpopular with fans and, with TV companies not carrying the Sunday session live, aggregate qualifying was binned after five races to be replaced by one single-lap session on Saturday. The three-part Q1, Q2 and Q3 knockout system was then introduced to more successful effect in 2006. Every race live in 2016 Sky Sports F1 brings you every race live in 2016. Fast and easy online upgrade - click here. Also See: Vote for your favourite qualy format No agreement on qualifying Buccaneers Jerseys Authentic China .com) - The Oakland Athletics needed to rely on a lot of young pitchers to win an American League West title this season. Wholesale Buccaneers Jerseys . 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Brooklyn had a three-point lead with 17 seconds left behind Paul Pierce in his best game with the Nets, but John Salmons scored on a drive with 12 seconds remaining before Brooklyn took its last timeout to move the ball into the frontcourt. Patterson stole the pass and fed Lowry, who got it back to Patterson for his jumper. Pierce was well off on a final attempt. "We knew they didnt have any timeouts. We guessed right and Patrick looked like Richard Sherman out there with that steal," Lowry said, referring to the Seattle Seahawks defensive back who attended the game with a number of his teammates. Lowry finished with 31 points and seven assists for the Raptors, who clinched a winning record in consecutive months for the first time since December 2009 and January 2010. Pierce scored 33 points, making seven three-pointers in a strong bounce-back performance after going just 2 for 10 in his emotional return to Boston on Sunday. He had the Nets in position to win after scoring their last nine points before Toronto stole it. "Last night was a tough game to play in, so many emotions," Pierce said. "It was good to just get some normalcy back today and I felt comfortable, relaxed. But it wouldve been better if we got the win today, though." The stunning turnaround deflated the crowd at Barclays Center for a back-and-forth game that drew a visit from several Seahawks, who will hold their Super Bowl media day Tuesday at the Nets last home, the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. Sherman and Bobby Wagner ggrabbed a baseline seat in the first half, while Russell Wilson and other players sat above in a private box.dddddddddddd Jonas Valanciunas had 20 points and 13 rebounds for the Raptors, who played without injured leading scorer DeMar DeRozan. Terrence Ross, who tied a franchise record with 51 points and made 10 3-pointers Saturday, had a quiet 10 points on 3-of-9 shooting. But Toronto got a big boost from Patterson, who ditched the mask he began the game with for a recent broken nose and finished with 15 points off the bench. "This is all about our toughness, our resiliency," Patterson said, "no matter whos out there during the course of the game, no matter whos not playing." Andray Blatche scored 20 points for the Nets, who lost 96-80 in Toronto on Jan. 11, a night after they played two overtimes in a victory over Miami. Lowry scored six straight points before Amir Johnson made a pair of free throws during an 8-0 run that gave Toronto a 94-85 lead with about eight minutes to play. The Nets answered with nine in a row to tie it on Alan Andersons jumper, and after Valanciunas basket, Pierce nailed consecutive three-pointers to make it 100-96 with 2:37 remaining. "Paul played well," teammate Kevin Garnett said. 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