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Mark _

April 03, 2014 8:47 PM

F1 » Raikkonen sure Ferrari will catch Mercedes


benignlyindifferent: When you consider that the final two races are worth double points, it is as if only one race has been run, from a points perspective. Still don't like that rule but it does keep options open as others look to catch Mercedes in the middle part of the season.
Unless something changed it is only the last race that is double points.

Mark _

April 02, 2014 7:57 PM

F1 » Bahrain Grand Prix preview


Monza is about as flat as they come and it is a great track. There are some small hills next to the Bahrain track that were not utilized in the construction for some reason. If you drive the track on a video game it is a nice track to drive. The main problem with this track and some of the other Tilke tracks is that they are too wide and the surrounding landscape is devoid of features. The other problem is that his tracks try to copy parts of existing tracks so there is a kind of eclectic nature to them instead of having a more unified character.


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