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George Zaidan

January 23, 2015 10:51 PM

F1 » Ferrari boss calls for F1 ‘revolution’ to win back fans

Is it possible for the FIA to allow the fans to weigh in on any major changes/decisions that comes up for a vote? Fans across the spectrum can be polled and the majority's vote will act as one vote in any decisions that comes up. It is up to the fans to cast an honest one-only vote for the good of the sport. The way I see it the Formula 1 has lost its soul and most of us are just going thru the motions hoping something better will come along.

George Zaidan

January 18, 2015 4:54 PM

F1 » Honda can develop F1 engine in 2015

Just remove all time restrictions and let the parties involve produce the best engine/pu and overall Formula 1 car that can be created. Trying to save money and letting financially limited teams play has done nothing for the sport we are still left with the high rollers still owning all the teams and the poor teams being left on the way side. I say let these heavy hitters spend all they want to spend to create the best that can be created. Enough of sissyrizing the F1.

George Zaidan

January 17, 2015 5:41 PM

F1 » Arrivabene calls Vettel to Maranello

ghogmk2: Oh yeah, found it really funny that the disagrees found Sebastian Vettel , the four times World Champion facing criticism. Oh go away please! Do me a favour, just do one.....
Nothing strange there, disagrees must be regarded as hits by the site, I had disagrees wishing others a merry Christmas and a happy new year, also when wishing Schumacher well when fighting for his life.
I wear my disagrees like a badge of honor, except when I occasionally delete my post just to repost it with a clean slate to pizz them off (I thank Tai for that tip).

George Zaidan

January 17, 2015 3:13 AM

F1 » Arrivabene calls Vettel to Maranello

ProfessorX: hope hes got something to show everyone this year, last year was a huge knock to his credibility, but I think about thirty percent of his issues had something to do with his lack of interest in the new formula and about 30 more percent had to do with reliability. Should be interesting, can't see Vettel doing worse than last year, but I think Kimi, if he gets to know that steering wheel will be hard to beat, harder than Alonso. @ George, thanks for the tip, might be able to move a couple thousand up in ranking using that one.
you're welcome prof, anything for a fellow fan it's good to agree to disagree

George Zaidan

January 15, 2015 9:51 PM

F1 » German GP set to be held at Hockenheim

George Zaidan: Ecclestone told Reuters. “It can't be Nurburgring because there's nobody there.” Sounds like an episode from the Twilight Zone. They've all been whisked off to the corn Field.
Hard to think of a worse reason not to give a track a contract don't you think? It can't be at Silvestone because it was raining yesterday. It can't be at Austin because it was dark last night. It can't be at Spa because they're Belgian.
totally agree, Bernie's first priority has always been money, correct me if I'm wrong but hasn't Nurburgring always been a popular circuit?

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