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Charlie Whiting confident of a better show in Abu Dhabi in 2011

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zib - Unregistered

November 09, 2011 3:07 PM

nd the entire credit of India being bore fest goes to :
1. F1 s dependency on Aero.
2. TILKE..his tracks Valencia,Bahrain,abu dhabi hosts processions not race..

I hope they modify those tracks if possibility


November 09, 2011 3:16 PM

So, many of you thought last year's race was boring?
Even though several drivers could have taken the title, depending on what happened. Alonso desperately trying to pass Petrov, who resisted brilliantly, which made me laugh because it was poetic justice for what happened in Germany when he stole the race from Massa.
I thought the race was gripping, but I was sorry Webber couldn't win the title. If only he hadn't spun off in Korea.

cknopp - Unregistered

November 09, 2011 3:52 PM

Another Seb pole, another Seb win.

Its like a skipping record, but music to my ears!

The cacaphony only comes afterwards where the "almost did well's" fanbase shows up, and cries about it being boring...

Looking forward to another Seb/RBR domination, and the cry babies that wet their pants on Crash.net afterwards!


November 09, 2011 5:16 PM

I don't know why you have some disagrees on your comment.
It's basically true. Championship race.
But if I remember correctly, the Tilke track probably cost Alonso the title, no way to pass Petrov even though he was clearly in the faster car. Late season last year the Ferraris were looking pretty handy.
But in general, I prefer to watch paint dry than a race for WDC second place on that track.
Maybe the DRS will help, if not, I get a nice Sunday afternoon nap.

Andy - Unregistered

November 09, 2011 5:48 PM

Maybe it's just me but I think refueling would be a good match with the Pirelli tires. Go out and drive the car hard and cook the tires, come in for tires and fuel and go at it again.

Maybe we'd see a little less conservative driving and some all-out racing...?

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