What can new F1 learn from old F1?

What can new F1 learn from old F1?

Historic racing continues to blossom across many disciplines. Last weekend's Silverstone Classic and German Grand Prix offered an interesting comparison between two vastly different areas of motorsport

The Historic Formula 1 races at the Silverstone Classic were among the most exciting of the whole motorsport weekend. Spectacular and loud cars passed and repassed each other, leading to inevitable comparisons with contemporary F1.

There may be areas in which F1 can learn from its earlier incarnations, but not in the areas many think - or kept repeating in conversation during the Classic weekend.

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