Will and Atticus
Executive Client Research
Take a look at your keyboard. If you're using a desktop or laptop, there's a row of buttons above numbers 1-9 called "function keys." These buttons were initially designed to be programmable by the user to assign them shortcuts to frequently-performed actions, or "functions." Nowadays, most users barely touch these keys, and as smartphone keyboards surpass their traditional counterparts in daily use by orders of magnitude, the very inclusion of function keys have been omitted entirely.As we record this in March 2020, Coronavirus disease 19, or COVID-19, is currently wreaking untold havoc on human life across the planet. Just as the function keys have been omitted from smartphone keyboards, another F1 has been removed from 2020. Formula 1 racing, the high-octane pastime for hotheaded millionaire zennials, faces a year of uncertainty along with all other professional sports. There truly is no better time to dive deep into the world of Formula 1 racing than now. As our institutions crumble and fail us, as we fall ever deeper into justified despair, let us turn our gaze to those slender young millionaires moping about in their palatial estates. If only we could see them drive ever so quickly, but failing that, let's figure out what the sport even is. Today on Executive Client Research: Formula 1.