Fans of Formula 1 have been given a chance to have their say on the pinnacle of motorsport following the launch of a survey powered by AUTOSPORT, F1 Racing and Motorsport News.
The Global Fan Survey 2015 aims to find out what fans really want from Formula 1, with the results being taken to the paddock's decision-makers next month to get their reaction to the findings.
"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," said Haymarket's motorsport group editor Anthony Rowlinson.
"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."
The survey will be live until Thursday May 28, after which the results will be collected before they are presented to senior paddock figures over the weeks that follow.