How F1's new boss is shaping the championship's future
Now in charge of Formula 1's reins, Stefano Domenicali has got to work in underlining his future plans for the championship. Although the COVID-19 pandemic still lingers in the short term, he has grand designs on F1's future as a spectacle
Stefano Domenicali may have been in his new job as Formula 1's CEO for more than one month now, but he has still to officially to get his feet under his desk.
After taking over the most senior job in motor racing's top category from Chase Carey on 1 January, he has yet to spend any time at F1's London offices because they remain shut due to the coronavirus pandemic. It has meant all his business has had to be conducted via video conference calls from the office at his home in Italy.
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