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Working to remake F1 into ‘what it can and should be’

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 24 / 17

Change is in order for Formula One as CEO Chase Carey leads a major organizational overhaul for a property he describes as “not close to where it can or will be.” At the recent Intersport Brand Engagement Summit in Chicago, Carey outlined what attracted him to the position, how he will ...

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