F1 » Vettel: Port Imperial 'a big challenge in F1 car'


Sebastian Vettel became the first driver to sample the proposed New York City street circuit during a promotional visit to the Big Apple.

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Chagall - Unregistered

June 12, 2012 8:45 AM

yes I agree with you Vettel. It's a BIG challenge in F1 car this track for the FANS for we are the ones who have to watch the procession with no overtaking at all you at least are getting payed millions for it. Santiago de Compostela is a much better place to have this sort of challenge and Vettel you are drinking too much Red Bull with is scientifically proven to damage your brain and increase your cancer chances to back another street track!

Chagall - Unregistered

June 12, 2012 8:45 AM

yes I agree with you Vettel. It's a BIG challenge in F1 car this track for the FANS for we are the ones who have to watch the procession with no overtaking at all you at least are getting payed millions for it. Santiago de Compostela is a much better place to have this sort of challenge and Vettel you are drinking too much Red Bull with is scientifically proven to damage your brain and increase your cancer chances to back another street track!

Manxie - Unregistered

June 12, 2012 10:25 AM

I agree, the last thing F1 needs is another street circuit, there are currently enough. Monaco, Valencia, Australia, Hungary (bad for overtaking) and now NY - no thanks. Give me 5 times Spa instead!

SP3 - Unregistered

June 12, 2012 11:01 AM

Laughable. All of a sudden they are referring to it as "New York"? It's New Jersey (still). It's in New Jersey (Still). People from Jersey have no use for New Yorkers and vice versa. But, running round a port in 'Jersey' doesn't have quite the panache as New York City, does it?

UncleSam

June 12, 2012 2:36 PM
Last Edited 828 days ago

Posters - The race is being held within the greater New York metropolitan area. This is made up of parts of three States: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. It contains the same amount of population as that of the entire continent of Australia, but in nearly 250 times less land area. Who really cares what it is called, the important point is that there is an event. Sheesh, how many years did the Jets and Giants play in Jersey but were still considered New York teams?

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