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October 09, 2014 7:54 PM

F1 » F1 drivers want answers on Bianchi crash

WBS: Indycar racing are quicker to bring on a safety car when a car is sidelined and a recovery vehicle is trackside . They have done this for for many years in the USA. As I watched Sutil crash and the digger removing it I thought of the Martin Brundle incident years ago and hoped nobody else went off . I was hoping in vain . I was surprised at Jackie Stewarts attitude. I thought he would approve of a safety car when a recovery vehicle is on the track
But F1 has been much safer than NASCAR these last 25 years!
Indycar and Nascar are not even close to the same thing.


July 19, 2014 3:27 AM

F1 » Kate Walker: F1’s long road to recovery

As usual Kate, a well written and thought out pice. I agree with most of what you say. I'm an old fart who's F1 interest goes back to the days of Jim Clark et al. At no time in all those years do I recall F1 being so disorganized and fragmented. There is a lot of work to be done to stop the steady decline in viewing and attendance numbers. Cost and accessability are a problem in a world where millenials are used to finding the information they want on-line and essentially free. F1 needs to wake up to the fact that "the times they are a changing".


March 23, 2014 8:12 PM

MotoGP » Marquez begins title defence with victory in Qatar

Rossi is over the hill. Rossi should give up his ride to a younger rider. Rossi can't keep up with the new breed of young riders. Remember these and other similar comments from the Rossi haters. This was a terrific race between the guy that will probably be the next great and the old master. Classic stuff. One race doesn't make a season of course but it's nice to see that Valentino can still hang with the best. I still can't see anyone beating Marquez for the championship though.

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