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.
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."