The 15,000 seat Jones Beach Theater was built in 1950. Over the decades, many companies such as Clear Channel, Tommy Hilfiger, Nikon, and Northwell Health have acquired the theater's naming rights.
All signage on the exterior of the structure, signage within the park, all promotional material, and all advertising of the Jones Beach Summer Concert Series, including social media, carry the company name.
The company which owns the naming rights to the theater does not promote the summer concert series. Therefore, considering F1's strong relationships within the entertainment sector, it becomes conceivable for Formula One Group to acquire the promotional rights to the Jones Beach Concert Series as well.
Adding an entirely new dimension to the concert series itself and F1's role in entertainment within the New York Tri-State Area.
This proposal to bring Formula One Racing Jones Beach involves F1 acquiring at-least the naming rights to the theater, making it the Formula One Theater at Jones Beach, results in an F1 element within the park, which is visited by 6 million people annually, and viewed by the countless people who drive past the theater each year on Ocean and Wantagh Parkways.
The connectivity for Formula One New York would be immense.
Post-race concerts could be held here and broadcast to viewing areas.....
.....located on both the crescent-shaped bay-front beach adjacent to the theater, or the oceanfront beach.
Formula One at Jones Beach offers a unique opportunity to F1, owners, teams, sponsors, constructors, and their respective NY-Tri-State Dealers during the spring, summer, and early fall months, as the theater can be utilized for public and private F1 promotional events, the proposed F1 Festival of SPEED, even super-jumbo-screen race viewing on Sundays with Meetup Formula One fan groups.
The theater itself, located within driving distance of the New York Tri-State Area and built by Robert Moses, becomes a sustainable, seasonal platform to promote the other North American races (Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Mexico City, Montreal), indeed all F1 races worldwide, especially in conjunction with the Department of Tourism of their respective host city and country.
The Jones Beach Theater, the crescent bay beach, the Tower, and
the expansive oceanfront beach.
A proposal to bring Formula 1 Racing to New York
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