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FooAtari .

November 01, 2010 6:51 PM

F1 » Arrival of Bulgaria to edge Turkey and Hungary off F1 calendar?

The track for Turkish GP is pretty good, certainly the best of the recent new tracks added to the calender. To loose that over something like Valencia or Singapore would be a shame. Although as with many of the new tracks, it always seems to look fairly empty. Hungary has always been a bit to tight for F1, Monaco without walls as they say. But question is would, what im assuming will be a new track in Bulgeria (apparantly F1 doesn't add old tracks to the calender any more) be any better than Turkey or Hungary.

FooAtari .

October 15, 2010 3:14 PM
Last Edited 1685 days ago

F1 » The 30 greatest F1 duels of all time (Part I)

Much better then that it is now gaaz. The cars of the late '60s look totally stunning. And some great drives by Jim Clark, IMO the greatest F1 driver ever. Although I'm not sure 1964 at Brands is a good example of close racing... Clark totally dominated. And I can't beleive didnt include the 1971 Italian Grand Prix where the top 5 were seperated by less than 1 second at end of race... / watch?v=0VB8Ry5kKjQ

FooAtari .

August 29, 2010 2:36 PM
Last Edited 1732 days ago

F1 » Hamilton wins F1 2010 Belgian GP

Awesome race by Hamilton, goes some way to make up for getting robbed in 08. Great result for Webber too, well driven after poor start. In fact neither driver could have asked for a better result with Button, Vettel and Alonso not scoring. Talking of Vettel, where on earth was his head today?? Sure, he is a very quick driver, but sometimes he seems more like a liability than an asset. How many mistakes has he made this year now? Maybe he just needs a little more experience or some mentoring to calm him down. Anyway great race, by far and away the best track on the calendar. Makes those middle eastern tracks look like a joke, and tracks like Spa get about 3 times as many spectators too

FooAtari .

July 11, 2010 2:38 PM

F1 » Webber wins F1 2010 British GP

What Alonso should have done folks was give the place back straight away. He put himself in that position to get run off the track. That we he would have had no penalty. I do think it was a harsh penalty. But I don't think anything was manipulated. Alonso isn't really fgihting for championship, wasn't in the running for a win so what would be the point? Anyway maybe it's a bit of Karma for years of Ferrari favoritism in the Mosley/Shuey years...

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