Analysis: F1 "alone" in social media stance, say experts
For too long, Bernie Ecclestone did not believe that anything needed to be done on Twitter, Facebook or YouTube, for there was no instant money to be made.
F1’s stance has changed a bit over the past 12 months though, and much more effort is now being made in trying to engage audiences, with pictures, the odd video, polls and traffic drivers to the official F1 site.
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