The idea is that the current generation of downforce vehicles looks "more nervous" than in the past.
"In 2019, a big boost is to reflect the speed of the sport and the pace" of the cars, "said F1 television and media chief F1, Dean Locke, opposite Motorsport.com.
" All camera positions need to be rethought. If you're in the stands looking at them, they look amazing, right? "
" Camera angles or lenses can outsmart that quite a bit and do not do it so dramatically and not so fast. "
" Well we looked at different possibilities, a few little tricks. We've always been good at whipping the speed of cars so they look edgy in some places.
"Last year there were some tracks ̵
F1 continues to work on the sound of the gensets since the beginning of the hybrid era Year 2014 is an issue.  "The audio has changed dramatically, we've done a lot more around the car and on the car, if you look at the pictures, they're mostly in front and the sound is up, much thought through in 2018 and much more in 2019.
"It is successful, but on some tracks it is better than others. The Honda engines have felt really good in the last year. We've been working really exciting stuff.
Another key area for development in 2019 is the partnership with Amazon Web Services, which allows F1 to include more strategic elements in its graphics.
"We do a lot of work with AWS and their machine learning skills to explain things like under / over. We use their platform to provide us with the data and information for some graphics, "Locke added.
" It's a pretty powerful thing we can or can not achieve. "For example, the pit stop strategy, why did they come in, why did not they come in? We rely on a very good comment team to explain what we are very happy in the UK, in the other 200 territories and over 90 channels you can not take it for granted.
"We have graphics that can actually explain:" He started with these tires, then he'll stop, "while he actually gets more dynamic because when the VSC comes out, he can do such things sacking.
"We use all the data from Friday and Saturday to develop this algorithm, which we think will happen, and if we can explain that in a simple and easy to read way, it will be a big win."  Motorsports Formula One CEO Ross Brawn talks about F1-TV in 2019 “/>
Ross Brawn, Formula 1 Managing Motorsport Director, talks about F1 TV in 2019
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