F1 must regain its sense of place

F1 must regain its sense of place

As one of the few high-profile global sporting entities, F1 needs to work harder to make each event stand out, argues EDD STRAW

This weekend's Singapore Grand Prix is surely, along with Monaco, the most recognisable Formula 1 event to the wider world.

Not because of its tradition, which in F1 terms stretches back only to 2008, but because it's a street circuit with a spectacular night-time cityscape backdrop. Such strong images stay with people.

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