F1 CEO chase Carey believes that Liberty Media may be happy with the beginning of his career in the Big Prizes.
An American company bought the commercial rights to F1 in January 2017, ending the era of Bernie Ecclestone.
In 2017, Liberty tried to understand how the sport and have made minor adjustments in its functioning.
“This year we wanted to give the sport a positive momentum and excitement in anticipation of a bright future after the recent years of F1 enveloped only criticism and concern, said Cary. – Of course, it is too early to draw conclusions about our work, but the start was successful.
The new leadership began to implement initiatives that will enable the organization to unlock the potential of F1.
One of our main priorities is to improve the quality of racing that we will achieve the budgets, engines, aerodynamics, tracks and rules. On this we will work together with the teams and the FIA”.
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