Future of F1 on the table
The powers that be in Formula 1 are gathering at Biggin Hill today (Wednesday) in what could be termed a crisis meeting to address the growing dissatisfaction regarding several elements of the sport, including: fans turning off their TVs, embracing new media, cost cutting, lack of noise and a F1 Hall of Fame.
High on the agenda will be measures to revamp the ‘show' and keep fans interested in the light of a major switch off since the new era Formula 1 was unleashed to the public. Reports claim that viewership and race day attendances have declined dramatically since the onset of the new V6 turbo era.
Also on the table will be ongoing proposals to reduce...
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