F1 » Too many pit-stops, too much overtaking in F1 2011?

Having initially hailed F1's bold, exciting and unpredictable new era in 2011, some paddock members are now beginning to ponder the flipside of Pirelli tyres and DRS...

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pitstop - Unregistered

May 13, 2011 4:45 PM

i love all of these pit-stops but i just wish we could have refueling back maybe then vettel might just actually be beaten for a change,is there any chance they could bring refueling back for the next race and then every race after that?

Rob01 - Unregistered

May 13, 2011 4:54 PM

Refueling would give more options for race day. Be it light or heavy fueling. Ferrari would be the only stumbling block as they usually ran the fuel hose down pit lane.

andrew. - Unregistered

May 13, 2011 5:12 PM

F1 has gone from a drought to a flood where the overtaking is concerned. One extreme to another and it is too much. It is too much like some pointless computer game!

Overtaking is completely false now. Sure a driver still has to chase down the guy ahead but then they just press a button and it is a mere formality to pass. The tyres are an absolute joke. Pirelli made tyres as per the request of the FIA and the FIA got them wrong. After 4 races of this so-called F1 I am rapidly loosing intrest and have been bored.

Hopefully 2013 will see a return of F1 to F1 as this is just 24 blocks driving around in clown cars.


May 13, 2011 5:26 PM

Rob, me thinks you was a shade to fast because you left out mclaren, they did go off with the fuel hose too, stands to be corrected.
On a different note and out of topic, are you going to join the petition on the flexi wing clarification?, in case you can't find the address its joao epetitions net the owner being joao carlos lamberio (JET)

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