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January 19, 2015 10:23 AM

F1 » F1: V6 engine ‘attracts new fanbase’

throttlemeister: You're entitled to your opinion of course, but imo if you want to watch F1 racing, you're better off staying at home in front of the TV. You see it better there and you get to see more. If however, you want to experience F1 racing, you need to be trackside and sound is a HUGE part of that experience.
I've been to watch F1, I loved the old engines...but they're exactly that, old. Move with the times.


January 19, 2015 7:01 AM

F1 » Earlier start for Russian Grand Prix

david.broder: it will be a day earlier in that the date will be a day earlier*. Last year it was Sunday 12 October, this year Sunday 11 October * because there's 52 weeks and 1 day in a non-leap year
That's absolutely pointless to say the race is one day earlier. Because it's not, it's simply on a different date, not day. Saying it's on a different day has lead to a large number of people, myself included, thinking we were in for a Saturday race.


January 20, 2015 8:17 AM

FE » Volvo: Le Mans ‘dumb’, considering Formula E entry

Silly Belgian man. Saying "Le Mans is the absolute dumbest racing class you can run. It cost 20 million euros to drive a car and you get press coverage for 24 hours." is like saying that F1 is dumb because it costs 250 million euros to drive a car and you get press coverage for Monaco. Le Mans is more than just one's 66 hours of race time over the championship season. More and more drivers are targeting sportscars as their career choice instead of F1, especially now since the new FIA super licence point scheme has come in. Also if it's so dumb, why have Nissan just spent 8 million dollars on an ad space during the Superbowl half time to globally release their LMP1 car?!


January 20, 2015 8:30 AM

FE » Volvo: Le Mans ‘dumb’, considering Formula E entry

Yesterday I watched a documentary called Truth in 24 (if you haven't seen it, watch it!) the narrator, Jason Statham, says "windshields and wipers, headlights and hoods, seat belts and disc brakes all owe a debt to this race". Le Mans is about technical innovation and is far more benficial than Formula 1, which is why you see manufacturers like Nissan, Toyota, Porsche all joining the ranks, whilst F1 struggles to keep it's head above water with 18 cars.

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