BTCC » Teams endorse lap time boost adjustment


Alan Gow: As with almost any regulation, particularly new ones, they are 'tweaked' based on experience gained – and that's exactly what we are doing here...

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Pinky - Unregistered

November 16, 2012 1:05 PM

Thats me done with the BTCC then. thought they were going to run the NGTC cars on full boost in 2013?

i guess not so i wont be watching this joke of a championship with joke rules to try and slow the better drivers/cars. ill go watch club racing from now on. least then ill see some proper racing and see the best drivers of the day, not cars and drivers given manufactured results.

whitew - Unregistered

November 15, 2012 4:04 PM

It allows Plato to manipulate the rules as usual and gain an advantage.

If Honda build the best car then slower cars like the MG get parity. How is that fair in any way.

Do you see Man Utd top of the league play some 16 year olds because they are the best. Of course you don't. Stupid rule created by a stupid man.

keech998 - Unregistered

November 15, 2012 1:10 PM

Ok, so the teams have agreed to this, however it seems to me that the new rule will penalise the fastest drivers and help the slowest. Why not just allow the best drivers to win, instead of just making BTCC a 'show'? I'm sure it will create great racing, but it will be artificial. We don't want to go down the F1 route...........

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