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July 03, 2013 5:52 PM

F1 » POLL: What’s your top racing franchise?


iRacing hands down. There is nothing approaching it in terms of talented competition. There are many professional drivers you encounter in the racing and they are continually adding to it. Of all the simulations though, the one that had the best physics was GP500. I have been less than thrilled with every motorcycle racing game since and that released in 1999. My name is in the credits of the game as I helped develop and test it. Grand Prix Legends probably has the best car physics.

WylieCoyote

June 30, 2013 11:11 PM
Last Edited 378 days ago

F1 » 'Nearly a really special day' for Webber


He relies on the electronics, like everybody else, for a good start. He didn't blame the team. He simply does not know why this start was bad when he doesn't think he did anything different. All he said is that they will need to look at it to see what went wrong. He did not blame the car or himself. It was an excellent drive. He kept the pace up despite the broken front wing in the first stint. He passed them like they were standing still in the last stint. The reception he got from the British crowd was huge and shows that the hatred shown to him on this board is from a very small minority. And all the drivers benefited from the SC. It has certainly helped others win and place in earlier races.

WylieCoyote

June 28, 2013 1:30 PM

F1 » Webber confirms Porsche sportscar move


Lets word this so I don't get deleted again. Camen, there are men who spend tens of millions of dollars running F1 teams. They are responsible for getting the best driver they can for there team. As the undisputed best team in F1 over the last few years, Red Bull has been able to select any uncontracted rider they wish at the end of each season. The fact that they kept choosing Webber either means he is one of the best or they don't know what they are talking about. There is no doubt that if Webber decided to stay that Red Bull would have signed him again. Despite anything you say, he is a brilliant driver and any team would welcome him with open arms.


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