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July 03, 2010 5:10 PM
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F1 » F1 safety car regulations to be discussed at Silverstone

How about this simple rule (taken from American motorsport): Neutralise the race for one lap, holding the positions at the moment the yellow flags were displayed and the safety car deployed, until all cars are behind the safety car in formation, with the pits closed. Then, in the following lap, open the pit lane for the cars in the lead lap. And, in the one after, open it to all other cars. The Sprint Cup Series has 43 (!) cars racing each other and this crap doesn't happen!


June 08, 2010 7:18 PM

MotoGP » COMMENT: Who should replace Rossi at Yamaha?

I've said it already and I'll say it again, this rule on rookies is the biggest pile of **** Dorna has ever spewed. Why in the blue hell are they not allowed to run on factory bikes? Some washed-up veteran who can't ride well anymore can't handle the fact that kids can do better than him? This rigs the competition simply due to the fact that it virtually assures that no rookie will ever win the title in his first season. But why wouldn't he be allowed to? He's racing, damn it, he has the right to have material that will allow him to win! No one has to earn their dues around here, this is not some fraternity.

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