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6 key changes Liberty Media must make to F1

With Liberty Media coming in to change the way F1 runs itself, we've laid out what key issues need attending to first.
With Liberty Media coming in to change the way F1 runs itself, we've laid out what key issues need attending to first.

Rank which point you think is the most important or let us know in the comments section.





by Haydn Cobb


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salieri

January 29, 2017 9:27 AM

As an occaisional viewer of F1 races I've seldom been tempted to follow it as basically there's not much racinggoing on compared to other forms of motorsport. Many (not all in fairness) of the F1 races I've seen seem to have been high speed processions of rapid advertising hoardings interspersed with pit stops.........get the basic racing sorted first.....perhaps they should take advice from MotoGP who have had 9 different winners in the season........ Just a thought.....

StrangeRanger

January 29, 2017 2:49 PM

Two more priority items: Reduce sanction fees so that the track operators can reduce ticket prices, fill the stands and hills with spectators and make boatloads of money. The second item follows naturally from the first. Stop screwing with the track operators about whether or not they will be on the next years schedule. The classic tracks which I consider to be Monaco, Spa, Monza, Silverstone, Suzuka, Interlagos and Nurgurgring should be on the schedule EVERY year. The other 13 slots should be negotiable or could alternate on a biennial basis



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