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October 01, 2015 3:45 PM

F1 » F1 moves for louder cars in 2016

DynamiteBillington: The noise cars make is irrelevant. I've been to dozens of GPs over the years and never once thought the sound was a key factor. The RACING is what matters. If I want to go listen to something, I'd go see a band in concert. Give me decent racing and I don't care what noise the cars make.
I disagree. If you want to see good racing you are better off watching the race on TV. Being there is more about the hearing and seeing the cars in person. You are lucky if you actually are in the right place at the right time to witness a good racing move.

Mark _

September 27, 2015 6:15 PM
Last Edited 9 days ago

F1 » Hamilton muscles his way to Japanese GP win

Thewayitis: The article's headline took away from what was a brilliant move by Hamilton on the first lap. The rule is the car ahead has the racing line and Hamilton was ahead of Nico who refused to yield. What do you expect, allow the slower driver to pass you on the outside of the corner? Nico sulks and makes excuses too much and the press, in general, gives him too much of a pass.
Funny, I thought the rule was that you have to leave a car's width if a driver has any part of his car alongside.. Any doubt that if Nico had forced Lewis off of the track he would be punished by the team?

Mark _

September 24, 2015 2:24 PM

F1 » Late payments leave Lotus out in the rain

bazza1: @ my tyres Cost cutting was introduced for the smaller teams not for the big teams who have abide by the new cost cutting regs. The likes of Ferrari and Mercedes don't care about saving money, they want to develop and will spend what ever it takes to be the best it is the smaller teams who feel outdone that's why a cost cap on development by way of tokens was introduced. F1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and should not be condescended for the smaller teams so they can run non- competitive cars and driver who are not the best. . If the smaller teams wan't to run then that's fine just stop the whinging or do a better marketing job for funds so they can take on the bigger teams.
Why are you so supportive of Bernie's excessive profit taking? Does he really need another billion? Why is that good for the sport.

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