Crash.Net User: JDPower

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March 20, 2016 3:16 AM

F1 » Elimination qualifying to be scrapped after one event

Good. I was actually quite interested to see the new format and thought it sounded exciting. In practice it was atrocious. Apart from the obvious (no cars on track), it was really difficult to follow and meant you spent most of the time watching the driver list to see the time remaining and what drivers were where, instead of watching the actual cars. And despite his flaws, I thought Lewis' thoughts on the whole situation in the C4 footage were excellent.


January 28, 2016 11:42 PM

F1 » Ecclestone sides with drivers over ‘flat out tyres' push

Jem: The same man that set the date for the British GP to be held in April, when it was likely to be wet (to spice up the racing), and then make the most dreadfull fuss about the organisers of the race and state of the car parks when it turned out to be wet.
As much as I dislike the man, you can hardly blame him for the shambles of Silverstone using farmers fields for a large chunk of it's parking. Plus, in case you hadn't noticed, it's not like we have months of dry hot weather through summer in this country, that could have happened at an point in the year.


August 25, 2014 1:34 AM

F1 » Rosberg refuses to take blame

Did the work experience kid write this article? No one writing, as a profession, should make the obvious unnecessary apostrophe mistake: "The stewards' judged it as a racing incident" And they didn't even bother FINISHING the second paragraph! As for the incident, neither driver gave the other room, they made contact, end of story. Think some people here need to go back to their soap operas.

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