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ZeR0 Kun

August 31, 2011 3:23 PM

MotoGP » Axe hovering over Indianapolis Grand Prix?

what i can see until now: 1. Indy is a big hit with the attending spectators, with a fan-friendly atmosphere and easy access to the track. a really spectators track. and like one can say "seeing before the eyes is not the same as watching it on the tv. it's more fun here." 2. Indy is not well-liked by the tv spectators, because they claimed that it is a boring track. 3. Indy is hated by riders because of the new track surface, not because of the layout. between these three, which one is counted most? who will have the biggest voice?

ZeR0 Kun

August 30, 2011 2:45 PM
Last Edited 1704 days ago

MotoGP » Axe hovering over Indianapolis Grand Prix?

honestly, do you think that a track is merited to be in the calendar based on the spectacle of motogp class alone? what about other classes that produces great racing in the same place? look at the wheel-to-wheel racing of moto2 earlier - far cry from what we see in motogp. in this case blame the disparity between the bikes for making the race boring, not the track. personally, should they axe indianapolis i prefer they go to either infineon raceway or road america. those are really riders' track.

ZeR0 Kun

August 16, 2011 3:59 PM
Last Edited 1718 days ago

F1 » DC: Tilke must produce exciting circuit for America

I have watched the footage of Toyota F1 at Laguna Seca and guess what... F1 cars around that track is something like going around Monaco without the barriers, and maybe they have to negotiate it for 80++ laps should the race is done there. For USGP, I would prefer F1 go to either one of these 5 - Infeneon Raceway (Sears Point), Road America, Watkins Glen, Sebring, or Long Beach. These five tracks are indeed drivers' track. Who wouldn't want to see F1 cars go flat out at The Kink in Road America? Even street tracks like Long Beach would find some favour with BE.

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