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July 12, 2009 3:03 PM
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I have nothing against F1 but well done to Webber if your not on the front row you have a slim chanes of wining FACT thats without Webber drive through today. RedBull called it right today and Webber was in the right place at the right time. If you watch Bikes they can be near the back of the grid and still come through and get a podium and some times Win. 2 hours of F1 racing is BORING 45 minutes of Bikes is a lot more entertaining. I no which no I would go for and its not F1

Rob#46 - Unregistered

July 12, 2009 3:08 PM

I'm not so sure front row for Mark was neccessary today.
Inspite of a drive through penalty, he won that race easily.
Without penalty he could have from further back on the grid. He, his car and team were just 'too in the zone' to be stopped today.
Well done Mark.

Rob#46 - Unregistered

July 12, 2009 3:14 PM

As for MotoGP vs F1, I agree that bikes lend themselves to a more exciting spectacle. Longer braking distances (slightly better acceleration), poorer aerodynamics, smaller width on track makes bikes a better suited to overtaking.
F1 should be considered a chess game (strategy) at 200 mph first and track spectacle second.

Elite - Unregistered

July 12, 2009 3:47 PM

If you had more than 2 drivers with the same car as in MotoGP where more than 2 riders have the same bike, F1 also would be more competitive. Customer cars are not allowed in F1 unfortunately.

Phil C. - Unregistered

July 13, 2009 12:51 AM

Fantastic result today by Webber. Blitz the field, even with a drivethrough. Minus the penalty and it becomes a 30s win!

Finally! Yes, yes, yes! Well done for today and the remainder of the year. After a broken leg and broken shoulder pre-season, now 4 podiums, 1 pole and 1 win, the season is really looking up!

Solid result by Vettel aided the dramatic closing of points in the constructors today. I do feel the Brawn is the better hot weather car though. It's also better in the dirty air too.

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