Formula 1 drivers are convinced that the findings from the GPDA's Global Fan Survey can help make a difference in shaping a better future for the sport.
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley says Formula 1 teams should not be deciding on the future of the sport, declaring the Strategy Group is not "fit for purpose".
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says that a fresh push to introduce customer cars would be a “total disaster” for Formula 1 if it came to fruition.
Fernando Alonso says that the Strategy Group's decision to propose a Formula 1 overhaul for 2017 suggests the sport has been heading in the wrong direction in recent years.
Felipe Massa has expressed doubts about plans to increase downforce levels in Formula 1 as part of a push to towards faster cars in the sport’s proposed 2017 regulations.