Formula 1: Unleashing the Greatest Spectacle on the Planet
In 2017, U.S.- based Liberty Media, owner of the Atlanta Braves baseball team and streaming music provider SiriusXM among other properties, purchased Formula 1, the commercial organization behind the motorsport of F1 from a private equity firm. The well-seasoned management team that took over, inherited a sport that, while profitable, had only a small business organization supporting it. In addition to building out a business infrastructure, the team’s goal was to evolve F1 from a motorsport into a global entertainment brand, akin to the National Basketball Association (NBA). In short, they wanted to create the greatest spectacle on the planet. The question was how to do this? On the sporting side, races had become predictable and lacked consistent wheel-to-wheel action. On the commercial side, the sport needed a younger, more diverse fan base which would inevitably engage with the sport differently than generations past. In addition to its sporting and commercial obligations, F1 played a critically important role as a technology leader for the automotive industry. Would Formula 1’s new management be able to find the right balance between these three important albeit, at times conflicting, roles.
Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2021 full race day
It's race day at the Monaco Historic Grand Prix and we're showing every race live! Today features cars from every era of F1 from the very first F1 races in 1950 up until the ground effect F1 era in 1980. There are also pre-war Grand Prix cars – from the era before F1 was even a thing, and sportscars celebrating the time that the Monaco Grand Prix ran as a sportscar race. The Monaco Historic runs on exactly the same course as the F1 race with races running through today from 8am until 4.30pm. We'll be brinign you every single moment. Timestamps: 00:00 Start 14:04 Pre 1961 F1 cars 1:16:00 Pre War Grand Prix cars 2:23:33 F1 cars 1961-1965 3:28:39 F1 cars 1966-1972 5:13:41 Sportscars 1952-1957 6:18:25 F1 cars 1973-1976 7:39:00 F1 cars 1977-1980 #gwflatout #MonacoHistoric #F1 Official Website http://www.goodwood.com/grr/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/goodwoodrrc Instagram http://www.instagram.com/goodwoodrrc/ Twitter http://www.twitter.com/goodwoodrrc SUBSCRIBE for more racing cars, supercars, new car reviews, historic motorsport and Goodwood event coverage http://bit.ly/GoodwoodTV Buy your Goodwood Event tickets http://bit.ly/GWBuyTickets
F1 Pit Stop In 2-Seconds: An In-Depth Analysis
Formula One pit crews are now completing pit stops in just over 2-seconds with the record being 2.02 seconds in 2017, a little slower than the 2016 record of 1.92 seconds thanks to the larger tyres. In this video, I take an in-depth look at how 23 people come together in perfect harmony to complete the perfect F1 pit stop. F1 is competitive on all fronts with teams developing strategies and techniques to gain time wherever they can. The F1 pit stop is an area teams focus on training pit crew and developing bespoke tools to optimise their time in the pits. New content weekly! Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/driver61?sub_confirmation=1 ★ Find more Race Driver Reacts videos (including my reaction to incidents throughout the season and classic races such as Senna v Prost, Schumacher v Hill and tons more): https://goo.gl/9EjGB8 ★ LEARN TO DRIVE FAST! Are you a sim, track day or racing driver? Check out Scott's free 25-part driving technique tutorials to learn the secrets of pro-drivers: https://goo.gl/rteGhu ★ NEED SOME KIT? Check out the Driver61 Motorsports store where you can find everything you need for racing, including racewear, car prep and workshop equipment: https://goo.gl/XwrRMs This video is part of a series called "Race Driver Reaction" series. Got an incident modern or classic you'd like me to critique? Let me know in the comments! Thanks to Legal Eagle's Real Lawyer Reacts (https://goo.gl/JfxaF9) and Dr. Mike's Real Doctor Reacts (https://goo.gl/qF6Hza) for the inspiration. All clips used for fair use commentary, criticism, and educational purposes. See Hosseinzadeh v. Klein, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om6BMBhhoPo (SDNY 2017). Original footage sources (Fair Use - commentary and analysis): Ferran Hernandez https://youtu.be/-5lXK923P6Q DHL https://youtu.be/risH-aDQiCI Beginner Sim Kit Wheel: https://geni.us/cheap-sim-wheel Wheel: https://geni.us/thrustmaster-tmx Pedals: https://geni.us/thrustmaster-t3pa Rig: https://geni.us/playseat My Recording Stuff Great camera for the money: https://geni.us/hHgdrp8 Microphone: https://geni.us/rode-mic Light ring: https://geni.us/ring-light