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February 17, 2015 7:49 AM

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY

First off, it needs to be about racing. When even the driver has to be told who he is racing what chance have the audience of keeping track. Next, reduce the costs for the fans - NOT increase them. The ticket prices are ridiculous now and having to pay for expensive pay-TV access is just salt in the wound. Also, get rid of gimmicks like DRS. Reduce reliance on aero and put more emphasis on mechanical grip to foster closer racing. Finally, the fuel restrictions etc should not hinder the actual racing. Not being able to race flat-out because of the need to conserve tyres, fuel, etc. is a joke.


November 29, 2014 7:47 AM

F1 » McLaren-Honda aiming high in 2015

Everything Boulier says is so full of PR rhetoric that it would be better if he never said anything. Of course they are aiming high otherwise what is the point of spending all that money. I will be surprised if Honda/McLaren are finishing in the points in the first half of the season. They might beat Sauber in the constructors championship but Force India, RBR, Williams, Mercedes, Ferrari and maybe even Lotus will be out of reach until maybe 2016.

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