F1: Have your say
30 June 2006

It’s a year since the disastrous 2005 US GP, which just six cars started, but has F1 improved? It’s time to let the FIA know exactly what you think.

Autocar’s sister magazine F1 Racing has helped launch the 2006 Formula One Fan Survey, on behalf of the FIA.

The survey is designed to canvass the views of F1 fans all over the world, and involve them in shaping the future direction of the sport. The inaugural F1 Survey last year got almost 100,000 responses from people in 110 countries.

To take part, click here.

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