Norbert Haug this week admitted he does not support the move from the current points system to the controversial 'winner takes all' approach for 2010.

Norbert Haug this week admitted he does not support the move from the current points system to the controversial 'winner takes all' approach for 2010.

The FIA has quietly installed the system, where the 2010 champion will be the driver who wins the highest number of grands prix irrespective of his points tally, for next season.

Haug, Mercedes' competition boss, said recently that he hoped the governing body would consult the teams before trying again to include the system in the sporting regulations.

"That is yet to be discussed," he revealed to the German press on Tuesday.

"I do not believe that something should be changed if we can say that it is already good, and I believe that at the moment we have a very good formula one," Haug added.

The F1 teams alliance FOTA will meet in London on Wednesday.