Domenicali: Why New F1 Fans are Embracing Red Bull’s Domination

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The Italian thinks it’s too early to tell how the year will go and he expects more competition and some unexpected surprises.

Some people think that new fans who came during recent seasons may not like seeing one team doing so well.

But, Domenicali believes that this could be disappointing for those who have been following the sport for a long time.


Domenicali said that if one team is faster than the others, then they did a great job. He also mentioned that it’s the responsibility of FIA to make sure that all cars follow the rules.

The teams are very close in terms of their performance, so I’m sure that with the budget cap things will get better. However, what’s interesting to see is how the new markets and audience coming in won’t really influence matters.

If you see a car that always wins, avid fans may lose interest. But that’s not really a problem for new fans who haven’t seen the sport yet.

It’s important to us (the people in charge) to make sure there is lots of fun competition, no matter how experienced or inexperienced someone watching is.

Stefano Domenicali and Mohammed bin Sulayem, both leaders of Formula 1 and FIA, said that the current situation in the racing market isn’t so important as everyone thinks. This is very interesting to talk about. Red Bull’s performance will be hindered by penalties until October affecting their aero-testing program. This might lead to some changes in the order of successful racers.

The Red Bull team was very competitive in the early races this year. But a penalty they got last year (due to lesing wind tunnel reduction) means that it may be harder for them later on. The championship is still long, so there might be more surprises before it ends. Greg Maffei, the CEO of Liberty Media believes that competition is strong this season and we will just have to wait and see what happens!

The F1 racing world has seen many teams come and go, like Red Bull and Mercedes. There is actually more overtaking or passing by cars this year than in past years. Also, the three races that have been completed so far show exciting results on the track. We will have to wait and see how it goes for the rest of the season!

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