Why Formula E's 'weird' experiment has wider relevance to motorsport
COVID-19 has brought unprecedented opportunities to innovate in ways that would have previously been unthinkable. Formula E's Berlin mini-series is a case in point, and provided important lessons for motorsport to learn from
If there's one lesson that the motorsport industry can take from COVID-19, it's that the need to adapt was always there, but the process has now been speeded up. Championships and manufacturers have been hit hard by the pandemic in different ways and had to come up with solutions quickly.
Being proactive in cancelling races was a good way for Formula E to avoid uncertainty for teams and event promoters, but it also created the problem of how to replace the lost events and finish the 2019-20 season.
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