Results of new fan survey set up by F1 Racing, Autosport and Motorsport News will be presented to opinion-makers in the Formula 1 paddock

Formula 1 enthusiasts are being invited to have their say on the current state of the sport in a new survey set up by Autosport, F1 Racing and Motorsport News.

The three publications, all sister brands to Autocar, have established the Global Fan Survey 2015, which aims to unearth what F1 supporters around the world really want from Formula 1.

The results will be presented to senior figures in the F1 paddock next month to gauge their reactions to the survey’s findings.

Click here to participate in the Global Fan Survey 2015.

Haymarket's motorsport group editor Anthony Rowlinson urged all fans to take this opportunity to air their views: “This gives the chance for Formula 1's hardcore fans to express their views on the technical, sporting and political aspects of Formula 1 and to help shape its future.

“It is an opportunity for F1 fans around the world to have their voice heard. We want to know what's important to fans, and how they would change the sport for the better."

Fans have until Thursday 28 May 2015 to fill in the multiple-choice survey, which takes approximately five minutes to complete.

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20 May 2015
Seriously, we've just had a Strategy Group meeting where they decided to continue on the same path that has got F1 in to it's very own crisis and is expecting that is the path out! We've got one team having won 2015 already, one team pretending, two others with engine nightmares, one expecting to depart at any moment, and the rest all hanging on by their fingernails! What fans want is what they've always wanted: A healthy grid with everybody able to compete. Participation isn't enough; we want racing. F1 needs to reduce the costs of putting two competitive cars on the grid so that we have a full grid of competitive cars!

20 May 2015
Symanski expressed my own opinion perfectly.

21 May 2015
....surely it's still worth completing the survey. If enough fans do it and the results are indeed fed back the F1 heirarchy, surely they'll have to sit up and take notice. I've just completed it and it took less than 5 mins. I managed to include a rant about costs and getting Bernie Eccleston out of the sport too! :o)

"Why is http://www.nanoflowcell.com not getting more media attention? It could be the future... Now!"

21 May 2015
Marv wrote:

....surely it's still worth completing the survey. If enough fans do it and the results are indeed fed back the F1 heirarchy, surely they'll have to sit up and take notice. I've just completed it and it took less than 5 mins. I managed to include a rant about costs and getting Bernie Eccleston out of the sport too! :o)

Felt that many of the questions needed more options for an answer! Or that your answer would be qualified such that you would agree if other conditions were met. But for what it's worth I have submitted.

21 May 2015
It's amazing that also in respect to the ousting of the godfather Ecclestone symanski expressed my identical opinion.

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