Guenther Steiner also moved to the West to simplify his operations. He was able to see what the crowds were like and how they behaved. It turned out that it was totally different from what the traditional F1 fan wanted from the sport. After the over-the-top events that were put on to entertain spectators, the 2023 Miami GP left fans with a dilemma.
Miami has certainly raised the bar when it comes to off-track action. It has been a pretty extravagant weekend with driver presentations. Yuki tsunoda was spotted performing Cristiano Ronaldo’s celebratory dance. This is one of many fun moments that took place over the weekend. The US races were a carnival for both casual and hardcore racing fans.
The bar will be raised by tenfold with a race taking place in Las Vegas this year. Guenther Steiner said that fans will expect more from a
Grand Prix weekend is more than racing. Even if Max Vertappen and Charles Leclerc won the race, the excitement wouldn’t be as high as the other events that take place throughout the weekend to entertain the fans. The Miami GP is a major US event, so expectations are high.
Guenther Steiner wants classic racing to be adapted to the modern world
Here is what he said in an interview. Steiner said, “I believe entertainment has improved from the past.” In the past, we used to go racing. We race one time, then the next, and we don’t do anything else. “We went racing to satisfy the motorsport enthusiast,” he said.
Before Liberty Media, the sport was not a success in the US. “I came to the US, and I understand the US better when I moved here. I didn’t know it before,” he said.
You need to be here to fully understand. The people want to be entertained constantly, and not wait three hours for the next car to arrive. “They want to do something, to consume something,” he said. The other things that are going on include concerts and entertainment areas. “If you have kids with you, then you don’t want to sit on a grandstand or on a mountain, but you do want them entertained,” he added.
Guenther Steiner reaffirmed that his intention was not for F1 forget the racing.
The race would be the main event. The race itself would be the focus of any weekend. Haas’ Nico Hulkenberg, Kevin Magnussen and others will be looking for a chance to shine at the Monaco GP next weekend.