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October 16, 2009 4:21 PM

F1 » Kimi Raikkonen: I could race in NASCAR...


Folks, people in the US said Montoya would not make through the first race, let alone season. Check out his stats This season and where he currently resides. He is making great money doing simple racing for the most part. Although I am no longer a Nascrap fan, try running Talledaga in a close 3 sided pack for 500 miles on 33 degree banks at 200 miles per. The only thing more dangerous than Tally is the Winternationals at Indy. Try 300 plus miles per in less than 5 seconds, then stop, then walk and talk. Although I love F1, it isn't everything.

Racy

October 16, 2009 1:32 AM

F1 » Lotus reveals first images of 2010 F1 entry


Yes I remember the rabbit ears, winglits,moving parts, etc, but the sloooowww rule changes to improve racing this season is not up to us fans, is it? Just wish F1 had left the rear wing alone. Guess we will see next year, since this one appears wrapped unless unforseen stuff happens--like MM making a rule change, or a Steward going goofy again. Whatever, looking foward to next season in F1 and Indy. This one is surely lacking. Was really hopeing for more. Both series are loosing fans--sad but understanable.

Racy

October 15, 2009 11:09 PM

F1 » Todt lauds 'professionalism' over 'personal attacks'


Evil Your trouble is that when a proper argument is made you ignor it, forget it and go on to something else that pleases your ego. I would be suprised if you could "construct" anythig but attacks, let alone an argument not biased. Sure you have knowledge, however, you appear to wish to re-live the past today, with modern autos and different people. And here we are 'supposed' to be talking about Todt's comments. My my

Racy

October 15, 2009 5:38 PM
Last Edited 1648 days ago

F1 » Todt lauds 'professionalism' over 'personal attacks'


Johnson The clarity comes from the Cart/IRL split. We have been there, done that. Remember, the US fans have been watching car racing since 1899 begining on the Atlantic beaches then to board tracks then bricks and dirt. Never said the US fan knows more than you folks-did I? Personaly, I enjoyed Champ Car the most---pure racing with NO garbage tossed in afterwards as in F1. I also love red meat but only at supper. Apparently you are on a biskit (sic) diet, meaning cookies? in the UK. Too much sugar fellow. Leave me alone Evil Whatever, was not talking to you punk, and peace all.

Racy

October 15, 2009 1:27 AM
Last Edited 1649 days ago

F1 » Todt lauds 'professionalism' over 'personal attacks'


duke998 You simply lack the clarity of the typical US fan, thats all. The blame game must end. I could care less about who is President of FIA Motorsport, just want good, fast, close and Fair racing, seen over by a proper council. This infighting between everyone, including retired racers, racers, fans and ex-owners, is becomming old and sad. Nascar isn't this bad although it is close. And why are you personally attacking me---I do not now you from Adam. Dissagree sure, but calling people idiots declares war on these threads. Peace all


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