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GreenEnvy 22

July 26, 2009 12:58 AM

F1 » Hospital counters Ferrari assessment of Massa

Get well soon Massa. The problem with having a windscreen on the front is then you would need some way to clean it as it fills up with dirt, bugs, or water. Adding wipers to a F1 car would be a challenge in itself. The other option of a fully enclosed cockpit with a full windshield, roof, and wipers would not really be F1 anymore in my opinion. It also adds problems as F1 cars are not too easy to get out of as it is. Adding a roof to it would make it very hard to get yourself out in the event of a fire.

GreenEnvy 22

July 13, 2009 12:00 PM

F1 » Ecclestone to join F1 breakaway if CVC ousts him?

Well it wouldn't be all bad to have Bernie come along. As others pointed out, he has the contacts to get a new series up and running quickly. Being a new series, the existing contracts in place giving BE so much of the revenues wouldn't be in place, so they could work it so he gets less. A new series also wouldn't be charging near as much for tracks since they are an unknown quantity (ie, will fans show up).

GreenEnvy 22

July 11, 2009 2:54 AM

F1 » Hamilton: 'Safety' considerations taking fun out of F1

Andrew, I don't think anyone here is talking about making the cars less safe, but changing the regulations about celebrations and the like. F1 takes itself way too seriously. The FIA think these celebrations are for "lesser" motorsports. It's things like these no celebration rules, or not letting fans close to the cars, that help drive fans away. In the IRL/Cart, AMA superbikes, world superbikes, and even MotoGP, you can get very close to the cars/bikes. You can chat with the mechanics and even drivers often. The drivers are allowed to celebrate and get the fans riled up. F1 needs to get more of that.

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