Why a Formula 1 fan revolution is coming

Why a Formula 1 fan revolution is coming

Formula 1 needs less talk and more action from those at the top. It's going in the right direction, but what does one of the noisiest people in the new hierarchy make of what's to come?

Mention a certain name in the Formula 1 paddock, and invariably the response is "buzz", or "Seanspeak". That is the reputation Formula 1's top salesman has garnered for himself for using corporate jargon after just nine months in grand prix racing.

When I explain my role in F1, namely to analyse the championship's political and commercial trends, I point out I do not report on precisely what tyre compounds were used at what stage in a given race by, say, Max Verstappen.

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