F1 » Webber: Austin will embrace F1

Mark Webber: The Circuit of the Americas has probably one of the best layouts of the year in terms of being challenging for the drivers and the cars

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Ptolomy - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 11:11 AM

actually 40 feet is quite alot for a modern F1 track. Indy had an elevation change of 5 feet at the most! And that was just to get up onto the bank of the oval. Borerain must have a 1' change. Singapore 3'. Abu dhabi 1.5'. ..... you get the picture.

Jose - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 3:18 PM

Ian S,
Looks like the city of Austin will be over loaded for the
first race.
Car rentals..N/A
Hotel, motels..N/A
Restaurants..will be full ..
We rented a New 12 meter RV Monster from Hackensack NJ..
RV service.. Will be driving south Monday. Loaded with food, and a Moped, Sat Internet and TV, Ham radio and a very big Hamilton Weather Balloon. w/remote TV Camera..
Four Gangsters and a Feisty Dog..Austin here we come.
Willing to bet this will be the finest F1 track on the Planet
Representing 2,378 Lewis Hamilton Fans from NYC

The Badman, Jose


November 12, 2012 2:42 AM

I personally hope Austin embraces the U.S. and the the U.S. fans Embrace Austin.

I have cited the circuit in person as Aussie V8 Supercars will be there next year and in my opinion
the circuit is great in all aspects and there is no plausible reason why the circuit should not produce racing "us" as fans wish.

We within the V8 Fraternity can not wait to experience U.S hospitality and experience the circuit


November 16, 2012 8:28 AM

During the leadup to Austin, Webber told CNN “Ferrari approached us first,” he said. “We made the decision just before Silverstone when both teams seemed pretty interested. I'm happy with that decision.”

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