Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff stated that Formula 1 should avoid the “mistake of oversaturation” amid the growing popularity.
The popularity of F1 has risen rapidly in recent years. Numerous Grands Prix had record attendance last year, and new venues were added, including Miami and Las Vegas. However, Wolff believes that the championship should be cautious and avoid oversaturation.
“One should never believe that a trend will continue indefinitely. That depends on how much entertainment we offer further down the track. Which personalities in Formula 1 grow up that trigger sympathies or polarize. Both are good,” he told Auto Motor und Sport.
“At the same time, we must not make the mistake of oversaturation. But these are all subjects we are considering.
“What remains for me as a skeptic: We should always remain cautious. Formula 1 is doing very well at the moment. It can always become better. But it can also happen that the audience’s interest subsides if we don’t entertain well enough.”