Anyone who’s shopped for F1 clothing, a model Formula 1 car or some other kind of memorabilia will likely have heard of Grand Prix Legends. Their adverts have been running on this site for some time.
Their new catalogue dropped through my letter box today and I was surprised to see they’d given over five pages to an editorial attacking the state of Formula 1.
You can read the full article below.
Grand Prix Legends had the following to say about the state of F1:
There’s little overtaking, little real racing and very few of the drivers ahve any personality to talk of.
The new breed of young photogenic drivers may think they have a ‘cool image’ but often they come across as little more than shop-window mannequins and, as such, fail to engage with the fans.
One day, F1 may regret ignoring its grass roots support.
I haven’t seen any mention of it on their site or the blog run by one of their team.
You can read the full article here (click to enlarge):