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Racy

November 03, 2009 10:26 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: I want more F1 races


about what I expected on this BE stuff. There are 10 tracks in the US that kick butt of all the sand tracks. However, BE's demands quit flying here some years back. Used to be the British, then Canadian, then American, then a break. However, not enough money for BE. Road Atlanta is perfect for F1 racing, but it will not happen. Money grubbing billionares think they rule the world and they sort of do except for the big crash comming. Love to see BE in a Focus.

Racy

November 01, 2009 10:16 PM

F1 » Vettel secures second with Abu Dhabi success


Richard Thought you were a little smarter than that. VW just took over Porshe after their failed bid to take over VW. Why in the world would VW bother with Cossy? My gosh, if they did buy in, you fellows would go nuts with conspircy junk for months. Ford alone pees you off enough. Personaly, I would not buy into Cossy either. And neither would you Richard and you know it. Where is ANDY tonight? If you are listening, tell him strait. Adios amigos

Racy

November 01, 2009 8:16 PM

F1 » Vettel secures second with Abu Dhabi success


oh--and Richard, you and some of the fellows act as if we could back to the days of bolt on fenders, strait 8s, and leather helmuts. Too bad We are in the carbon fiber days with cars that weigh less than Indy Cars and have 100 plus more horsepower. Even Nascar has radio contact with its drivers and they are driving junk. If you wish to ban telementry, then allow the engine makers to make new engines for each race, otherwise, it will not work. Keep up dude

Racy

November 01, 2009 7:46 PM

F1 » Vettel secures second with Abu Dhabi success


The race was over before it began. The track stinks, Hamilton allways abuses his brakes, and Ferarri were out of the picture. Had Button only did well--say 5th in the first 7 races, Vettel may well have won it all as would RedBull. Biggist suprise to me this season was Baracello followed by Kobayashi. Good for Vettel I say. And, I hate these sand tracks. They are like Animated movies, cartoons if you will, pretty but thats it. I'm Sure rich children love them.

Racy

November 01, 2009 5:37 PM

F1 » Vettel secures second with Abu Dhabi success


Kruger Tony George found out the hard way when it comes to moneys counted following a F1 race. When Indy decided Not to put up with BE's crap the jig was up. Canada and The Aussies go into hawk every time there is an F1 race. I warned you fellows about this AbuDie track. All the commentators cared about was the long strait. Big deal, however, Button did drive very hard at the end. Good way for a Champ to end the season.

Racy

October 31, 2009 6:15 PM

F1 » Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Qualifying times.


Ferrari not even in the top ten. KERS or not they are toast. Has to be the worst car the Red guys have built in 10 years or more. As far as Button, who cares about his complaints or problems at this point, he is champ. Perhaps he should begin to act as one. Afterall, he owes it all to Brawn, not his safe style of driving. However, as I have stated before, I dislike these Asian tracks with 200 feet of runoff area and 100 feet wide racing surfaces. Sand tracks

Racy

October 30, 2009 11:52 PM
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F1 » Williams confirms Cosworth engine deal


I never got thr big deal about Rosberg. Has he won a race? Of course not, he is a pretty boy with skill. Massa on the other hand is as good as its gets except for Shooy. Just wish the 2 would team up for a season, however, Alonso is as good. Guess we will see. Ford Cossys again will make it intresting.

Racy

October 30, 2009 8:18 PM

F1 » Williams confirms Cosworth engine deal


Why are you fellows so peeded off? We all saw this comming months ago. A good ole Ford Cossy is in the bag, period. I predict protests following races next season if the Cossy is really fast. As far as the crap about Indy Cars, they run on different fuel, have lower revs and must last much longer. No comparison. Cosworth will be powering more than just Williams next season as well you know. Might be intresting except for the Sand Tracks.

Racy

October 29, 2009 11:46 PM

F1 » Ecclestone signals end of Donington’s F1 hopes


fellows, my understanding was that the Silverstone Group (club) refused to put up with BE and his demands for cash. So BE went elsewhere. It is going to become an Asian GP soon as it appears. No US GP, what a joke. Singapore is plain silly as is the sand tracks in oil rich countries. Now a Korean GP comming up. Russia wants one as well. Wow, a snow course mixed with ics. Git a grip and see what is happing to F1 motor racing. It is becomming a speck series with Standard equipment required. Indy is more fun. Adios


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