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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.


November 02, 2015 7:25 AM

F1 » Rosberg in control for dominant Mexico GP win

nattyraces: Boring race boring comments. Vettel lovers unlucky what an abismal drive. I thought the track looked great but in reality lacked action and was another f1 yawn fest. And for those mgp guys the latest fiasco with only 4 bike capable of winning (2 more than f1) your in the same bore fest so shame on you. Shame on all of us for excepting this as exciting entertainment. Where are our gladiators!
At least in MotoGP the 4 guys are actually overtaking each other for the lead several times a race, and if you want 8 riders fighting for the lead swapping the lead three or four times a lap, then watch Moto3. I'll be honest, I watch absolutely on the edge of my seat! Hopefully Danny Kent does the job this weekend to become first British motorcycle champ. for 37yrs since Barry Sheene.


October 29, 2015 7:40 AM
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F1 » Hamilton: Nothing to prove, nothing to lose...

Oh God...NO,NO,NO, I've just watched Lewis in a WWE wrestling match on Sky news!! Unbelievable. Come on Lewis, where is your class? Hands up anyone on here who believes that the likes of Senna, Clark, Fangio, Moss, Schumacher etc etc would ever demean themselves in such a crass embarrassing, humiliating display. Lewis, please,please, if you want to do something else then try saloon cars, or sportscars, (hasn't done Hulkenberg any harm)


October 24, 2015 8:27 PM

F1 » Honda emerges as Red Bull engine option

Richard....I was outraged to read that you say "red bull have done far more in general for motorsport than anyone ever has done" But, then I thought about it....and actually I think you are right. From MotoGP, motocross, powerboat racing, RBR air racing, motorbike trials, F1 etc RedBull have really put a fortune into motorsport, and you don't know just how much it pains me to admit that!


October 21, 2015 1:49 PM

F1 » COTA boss: US fans are excited to see Hamilton

MrJones85: I would love to see the whole grid in GP2 cars. Then we'd really see who the cream of the crop is. I still think Alonso, Hamilton, and Vettel would make up the podium.
It's an interesting thought. To be quite honest (perhaps for a change) in the last 5 or 6 years Alonso has been the best I've seen since Prost at times and I don't give praise higher than that, he can out drive a car and do it flawlessly race after race. Vettel seems to be taking that mantel from him at the moment, the 4 championships he has could be just the beginning, he's a sublime talent. Unlike Vettel and Alonso I genuinely haven't seen Lulu ever compete above his cars level and because of that he is not at their level in my opinion.
i thought Lulu was a sixties british female singer ?'ve made your point, it wasn't funny the first time, now it's getting boring.


October 21, 2015 7:29 AM

F1 » COTA boss: US fans are excited to see Hamilton

goldenoldie: I’d like to see him in a GP2 car,” - I would love to see the whole grid in GP2 cars. Then we'd really see who the cream of the crop is. I still think Alonso, Hamilton, and Vettel would make up the podium.
Well, if you had been around in the 60's you would have been lucky enough to have seen Clark, Hill, Stewart, etc etc racing F1, saloons, and F2 AT THE SAME MEETING! sometimes they would even run the big v8 sportscars. For me these were the real men! I know, I know, yeah, yeah, it's all different now, but don't forget that with all their trainers, coaches, diets etc.the current crop still run shorter F1 races let alone all the other races.

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