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F1® 2020

F1® 2020

What Exactly Is The F1 2020 Project?

In the recent past, I remember people going on about Formula One 2020 as if it was the holy grail of sport. Formula One is a pinnacle sport and its rules are the ones that govern the sport and the quality of the racing. So I never quite got to understand exactly what Formula One 2020 meant when all that was meant was that it was the next edition of the sport.

In actual fact the Formula One Teams have been talking about making F1 2020 to be a new, younger, fresher formula in an attempt to encourage more young fans to get involved with it. However it is very unlikely that this will really happen. The fact is that the teams would much rather they had an opportunity to put a new car on the track and the manufacturers would much rather race the cars that were already in existence rather than have a new creation that is hard to build and that the teams will have problems trying to fix once it is on the track.

In fact I think that even at this point it is fair to say that there will be a pretty traditional design in the Grand Prix cars for the next Grand Prix of F1. Then, again maybe not and this is where the change is occurring. The concept of a Formula One can be argued to be not original. It is arguable to say that in the 1980's with the first hybrid engine and the first turbo engines that F1 really began to go mainstream.

Certainly it has changed and although it is still a great sport that brings in huge audiences and sponsors it does require certain changes to make it work. Once you take those changes into account then you will see that F1 2020 is a change that has been needed for some time.

There are many things that I would want to see in a grand Prix these days that are really not being addressed by the people running the sport, and they should be but I think that one of the biggest things is the fanatical fans. They still cry every time a team makes a mistake but I think that there is a point at which you have to accept that they are just angry and therefore they are going to react in a negative way to something.

I also think that certain media outlets are getting to be too negative and too many of the fans, they are helping to make them too difficult to deal with. For example I think that the media should stop being negative about the teams, the cars and the drivers and that the only negative thing is the fans. So I guess you could say that a sport can be too negative and this is what has happened to F1.

However in my view the biggest problem is the fanatical fans and that is a major problem because I feel that it will be too difficult to turn them around. Although I did realise that what they had been looking for had come in the form of a new car and that could be seen as a positive.

The fans want to see a new car and I feel that they want a new car and they are going to get a new car. So this is a good thing and I think that this could help to turn the situation around.

9 Jul, 2020






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