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March 30, 2016 2:37 AM

F1 » Wolff slams move to retain elimination qualifying

Ajay57: This is main reason people are voting with there REMOTE and FEET TURNING OFF to over channels or walking away! Sad to see but this sport needs a enema up the backside to wake up those in control! And now we learn there is going to be "NO" FREE VIEWING SOON it will be PAY PER VIEW! BYE BYE GONE TO MOTOGP MUCH BETTER RACING!
Available live only on BT Sport. £10 a month. The cost of viewing by TV or at the track is annoying but has nothing to do with people losing interest. That is more related to regulations.
I'd pay triple that in America...anything is better than listening to Nick Harris droning on and on......That's what we get over here!
Note: Smedly is complaining about Nick Harris the Moto GP commentator, the F1 commentators in America are quite good. And free commercial TV.


October 20, 2014 3:43 AM

F1 » Kate Walker: Guy Moll

F1mate: @screenwes can you show us how it should be done in respect to Kate? if not, just shut up. nobody forced you to click on the link going to this article
F1mate, perhaps if you spend less energy making rude comments and learn to read, you will see that I did show you how it should be done. Use the far better written Wikipedia entry.


June 12, 2014 2:33 AM

F1 » Haas wants Patrick in F1 team

Jim Clausen: Wasn't too long ago Gene Haas was looking forward to being released from prison. He was released in 2009 after serving 16 months for income tax evasion. I really don't think Gene Haas is a good representative for a U.S. F1 team. We have many rich people who know how to avoid paying taxes without getting caught. If you can't cheat the tax man without getting caught how the hell are you going to run a successful F1 team?
Good point! He should have checked with Bernie.

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