F1 » Horner: Abu Dhabi 'reminds me a lot of Silverstone'


The Yas Marina Circuit has been described as 'unbelievable', 'stunning', 'mind-blowing' and like Silverstone following F1's inaugural Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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Brackley Boy - Unregistered

November 03, 2009 7:41 PM

it is very easy to like a track when your drivers have just been on the top two steps of the podium.

I though it was flashy and the racing pretty boring appart from the last few laps.

ferdyb - Unregistered

November 04, 2009 12:17 PM

How crap is Abu darby ? complete crap - leave it to let the sand cover it up as soon as possible.
Remember those 'car park' races in the US, thirty years ago? reminds me of that.

John - Unregistered

November 05, 2009 6:42 PM

Just returned from Hols in Abu Dhabi.
Could not get tickets, so watched from The Corniche.
The Bubbly must have really flowed for Christian to make a comment like that !!!
Look at photos of EMPTY GRANDSTANDS during the F1 qualifying, or the GP2 races, or even the Porche Cup.
Yas Island is about one hours drive from the city,
and was a total no drive area.
Most of the hotels laid on free courtesy buses,
but these did not leave till 3,pm on Sat, and Sun.
just in time for F1. Nothing else
No Paying Punters !!!
This was a total Corporate Venture, for the Beautiful People, to mix with the Filthy Rich,
Do Christian or Bernie, ever remember half empty grandstands at Silverstone,??

dick turney - Unregistered

November 07, 2009 12:43 AM

yes a fantastic venue but i thought f1 was motor racing ! where was it ? no overtaking poor pit lane out of vision to long grandstands empty
silverstone is a far better RACING venue just needs spucing up a bit remember no racing no viewers
ive been watching 60 years and somebody is missing the point
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