We've been chatting recently about what Formula 1 could do to turn itself around and either get back to its DNA or find a true north in the future. Where would F1 fit in the grand scheme of things? Does it owe anything to humanity other than racing and competition? Could it be road car relevant or even an X Prize-style innovation block?
If you were AUTOSPORT and you happened to bump into former F1 driver Jacques Villeneuve, you'd probably ask him what he thinks about today's F1. That's exactly what AUTOSPORT's Glenn Freeman did and Jacques was not at a loss for words:
'They are trying to cater to the wrong people,' he said. 'They are trying to cater to the ‘greens', but F1 is not...
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