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October 12, 2015 7:53 AM

F1 » Pirelli retains F1 tyre supply for 2017-19

I think the fact that F1 is now no longer a pure motor racing series, and is now also a tyre series, where the tyres have a disproportional influence on the outcome of a race. I have watched, and loved, F1 since the early 60's, and it saddens me to see the current series. Exciting motor racing does not need tyre changes!! As witness this weekends fabulous RACING in: MotoGP at Motegi BTCC finale at Brands and even the Renault Clio race had me absolutely on the edge of my seat, something that just no longer happens in F1. I know that F1 excites some on here who are blinded by behind the scenes soap opera gossip, the celebrities that are present, and the general glamour of F!. But for close exciting RACING, then I'm afraid my lovely sport no longer delivers.


September 07, 2015 2:08 PM
Last Edited 153 days ago

F1 » Hamilton apologises for Wilson tribute blunder

Taz: @Crash You shouldn't have opened up this thread to comments. Either close it off or allow everyone to have a say REPLY FROM CRASH.NET: We remind you of the text below ending... "...any message that does not conform with the policy of this service can be edited or removed with immediate effect." Taz, don't let the B......s get you down, free speech isn't dead yet (hopefully)


August 23, 2015 7:58 PM
Last Edited 162 days ago

F1 » Pirelli blames Ferrari, dismisses Rosberg incident link

I've asked before why in God's name would any tyre manufacturer put their name to F1' a formula that actively encourages some of your tyres to only last 50miles? OK as F1 fans we might get it, but are the millions and millions of drivers in the World impressed by that sort of tyre economy? Also, what ever happened to the new "Green" credentials that bought about the current crap engines,....oh sorry "power units"!!

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