Question: What country doesnt have a McDonalds?

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Bangladesh. Despite the popularity of global chains KFC and Pizza Hut in this South Asian country it has no McDonalds at the moment.

F1 is a European product that must be exported for it to survive. European product fuled by global money. Yet, it arose without it, and survived on its home market for decades. It's like saying Japan needs immigration in order survive not being overpopulated.

Ponder that you as an American insists that domestic markets cannot sustain themselves without foreign industrial labor markets, while his country collapses from lacking a domestic industrial labor market, as a result of the system he is promoting.

What country doesnt have a McDonalds?

Immigration doesnt really apply to F1 on any grand scale. You have a few immigrants entering the sport which is good but its tiny. Each country has What country doesnt have a McDonalds? advtanges. But i wasnt talking about outsourcing labour.

Talking about exporting the product. It is a tried and true business practice to increase revenues and reduce risk. Global expansion wont hurt the europeaness of tge sport. Just like how mcdonalds and satbucks will always be american. You have a few immigrants entering the sport which is good but its tiny.

What country doesnt have a McDonalds?

Each country has competitive advtanges. But i wasnt talking about outsourcing labour. Talking about exporting the product. It is a tried and true business practice to increase revenues and reduce risk. Global expansion wont hurt the europeaness of tge sport. Just like how mcdonalds and satbucks will always be american. To your latter points, yes, the mantras of the corporate executives. Although cheapness of consumer products isn't worth celebrating if they arrive at the cost of diminished domestic prosperity deindustrialization.

On a classical racetrack you are so far away. Except that, and this is from personal experience, with a street race and concrete barriers you can't see shyte. Seriously, if you want to see race cars don't go to a street circuit. For obvious reasons the cars are always close to the barriers and the seated fans don't have x-ray vision; all you might see will be the tops of the roll hoops. And 10:00 pm in the States, 1:00 am on the east coast? I hope they are aiming for a different audience.

F1 is a European sport though. Obviously having multiple venues there makes sense, they were all there at one time. America like most other nations outside Europe are trying to cash in on it, which further removes it from what created its appeal. It's a choice of whether you want one of the pinnacles of motorsport to remain European, or rather, more episodes of Drive to Contrive. American What country doesnt have a McDonalds? may be appealing, or at least were when the dollar wasn't collapsing.

I guess it's a question of whether you want an X7 or an M3 from your European toy manufacturer.

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You can take F1 out of Europe, but this apparently comes at a cost as we've seen the sport become its modern interpretation. Ship of Theseus except the shipbuilders don't know what the ship used to look like.

You can take F1 out of Europe, but this apparently comes at a cost as we've seen the sport become its modern interpretation. Ship of Theseus except the shipbuilders don't know what the ship used to look like. Thought we were talking about tracks, not teams… Moving the goal post?

I never have understood the entire Vegas thrill myself, and probably never will. I lived within a few hours of Vegas for years and rarely went there, though I travelled farther often to go elsewhere. I think a street circuit would be pretty boring there myself, there is essentially no terrain, the roads weren't that great when I was there, and all the lights mean nothing to racing if you ask me. It will no doubt help bring in a lot of high rollers and What country doesnt have a McDonalds?

tossing money around, and these days that is a big part of things as well. I just don't expect a good race out of it myself. But the thread has been good for pointing out that some in Europe feel threatened that an international sport might What country doesnt have a McDonalds? too international. But I do find it comical to hear that apparently it's us 'Merican's with our struggling economy that is somehow What country doesnt have a McDonalds?

What country doesnt have a McDonalds? puritan forms of F1. You can take F1 out of Europe, but this apparently comes at a cost as we've seen the sport become its modern interpretation. Ship of Theseus except the shipbuilders don't know what the ship used to look like.

I lived within a of Vegas for years and rarely went there, though I travelled farther often to go elsewhere. I think a street circuit would be pretty boring there myself, there is essentially no terrain, the roads weren't that great when I was there, and all the lights mean nothing to racing if you ask me. It will no doubt help bring in a lot of high rollers and celebrities tossing money around, and these days that is a big part of things as well.

I just don't expect a good race out of it myself. But the thread has been good for pointing out that some in Europe feel threatened that an international sport might become too international. But I do find it comical to hear that apparently it's us 'Merican's with our struggling economy that is somehow ruining the puritan forms of F1.

They're too concerned about perception, less concerned about motorsport.

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There is no domestic prosperity if a country tries to produce everyrhing for itself. Economoic research has proven that a country that relies on itself will always be in a worse position than it would be if it has open trade. It is simply becauase of competitive advantage. Other countries have resources, skills, tehcnoligies that they can produce better or for cheaper.

They will attract investment for this advantage. Nationalistic thinking wont work for F1. Even Bernie Ecclestone recognized that. So why not three races? So multiple races in those countries too? People in those countries have a fraction of the purchasing power of Americans so they won't buy formula 1 goods and services as much. All the American sporting leagues have a long season throughout the year whereas the Indian premier league lasts only 2 months of a year, the purchasing power is definitely there in india but the popularity, not so much.

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