Why F1 is no longer ignoring its feeder series

Why F1 is no longer ignoring its feeder series

After the MotoGP-style Formula 1 support ladder was fully united for 2019, Bruno Michel and Ross Brawn share their views on the current state of Formula 2 and FIA Formula 3 and explain why investment at junior levels should boost the top tier

Formula 1's explosion on social media since Liberty Media took over running the championship from Bernie Ecclestone is one clear example of how a more open-minded approach has transformed the experience for fans.

Where once Twitter, Facebook and YouTube were viewed as threats to the F1 business model, now they are embraced - a way of opening up grand prix racing to a new audience and increasing engagement.

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