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Miami ‘F1 team boss parade' idea scrapped

May 2 Formula 1 has rejected a push to organise a ‘team boss parade' ahead of the inaugural and highly anticipated Miami GP. The sport's next stop in 2022 will be the streets of the beachside city in Florida, with McLaren's American boss Zak Brown predicting it will rival 'the Super Bowl'. At the same time, there is pushback against the Americanisation of F1, including the dramatised Drive to Survive Netflix series and similar measures like the ‘fake' harbour in Miami for which luxury boats had to be craned into place. 'This idea and execution is a perfect metaphor for what F1 is becoming,' one Twitter user commented. One proposed measure – a driver parade-style lap of...
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