F1 » Whiting impressed with Circuit of the Americas


Charlie Whiting declares himself pleased with progress made at the Circuit of the Americas

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Harold - Unregistered

September 26, 2012 10:18 AM


Just needs more tarmac run off. Make sure no one pays for a mistake and that the track is just a suggestion of where one might like to drive.

boooooo formula 1 boooooooooooo

RealTalk - Unregistered

September 26, 2012 11:24 AM

Whiting is nothing more than Bernie's puppet working in proxy at FIA. Why wouldn't he be impressed by CoA?

Likely he was "impressed" before he got on the flight to USA. The press release (prepared by FOM) would have ensured that.

Bob - Unregistered

September 26, 2012 12:44 PM

The first two comments sadly sum up this site and the trolls who frequent it.

This is a simple news story saying that the FIA have done a final inspection of the track and it's ready to host the GP. Not surprisingly they say it looks like a great facility and everyone has done a good job preparing it. End of story.

But oh no, let's moan about F1, let's personally attack people we know nothing about. How do you manage to get up in the morning with such a negative bitter view on life?

jose - Unregistered

September 26, 2012 1:12 PM

Bob, welcome to Crash Net forum. Man thanks for the laugh. You are
correct. Here we have a number of regular Clansmen. Negativity and
nefarious folderol directed at Lewis Hamilton. Crash now has a following they are completely unaware of here in NYC. My email over flows
daily..Man this thing is growing like a Texas wild fire.
Waiting for a date. Texas here we come, Hamilton's #1 fans..

That Badman, Jose

richard

September 26, 2012 1:22 PM

jose. only you could turn this post into a lulu subject!
personally, when i saw the plans for austin, i believed that it looked good, particulary due to elevation changes etc. it did run into some problems, and could stil encounter some. but people shouldnt write it off too quickly. lets see a race on it first and see how it pans out.

ps what is your email address.? i could send you a message and increase your count by 100% :)

Harold - Unregistered

September 26, 2012 2:08 PM

Sorry for the negativity.

However when a formula 1 track is referred to as a facility, that is basically the crux of the problem.

The press buildings and corporate areas are now more important than the tracks themselves. It is a very sad state of affairs indeed.

As for a circuit, it looks on paper a lot better than other modern tracks, but that is not saying much is it? And yes, when I look at acre's of tarmac run off I question where the challenge is meant to be.

jose - Unregistered

September 26, 2012 2:29 PM

richard,
you have my email address everyone at Crash has it..

Let me repeat My SON is not your "Tea Boy" ..Very bad move on your part

Please don't email me we nothing out side of this forum to discuss ..
NOTHING!

Badman, Jose

lofty - Unregistered

September 26, 2012 2:29 PM

'America' is the latin,first name, female equivalent of AMERIGO Vespucci. He was the first to prove that the continents' of N & S America were not Asia, as thought by Columbus. I take umbrage that the United States of America versus, perhaps, Canada of America or Mexico, Brasil or any other country of America, located on these two continents,has granted itself the authority to name its' NEW track 'Circuit of the Americas' I wish them all the best and feel sure that it will be a success. However I will continue to attend the well established and very popular 'Canada Circuit of the Americas' in cosmopolitan Montreal.

Max Well

September 26, 2012 2:46 PM

Here's an idea Crash, to stop the constant trolling why not only let registered users comment? It is free to register after all, and at least then there's less anonymity, and rude/insulting users can be warned/banned..

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