Now that the first Grand Prix is over, Ferrari wants your feedback on the new Formula One rules, regulations, and the Ferrari race team. Fans are encouraged to answer the race team’s survey, found on Ferrari.com, and interact with them on their Twitter account.
Fans can give opinions on anything F1 related, including the new rules, engines, the fuel limitations, and the general show that is Formula 1 racing. Just tweet with the hashtag #FerrariFanSurvey.
Previous polls taken during the Australian Grand Prix have shown that F1 and Ferrari fans are good sounding boards for race judgement. Predictions about race finishes, for example, are often very close to reality as fans, intimately familiar with the teams and their cars, can often cite which will not likely finish and who will likely have costly pit delays.
Although the engines are brand new and were expected to have problems during this first race, fans were correct in predicting that more than ten cars would finish, with 70 percent of them overall being correct on this prediction.
So if you have something to say about F1 and Ferrari, now’s your chance. Ferrari has one of the most fan-interactive Formula teams and is thus one of the most popular on the circuit.