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Weengnat

January 18, 2014 2:37 PM

F1 » Gallagher calls for 'radical re-thinking' in F1


Yeah, you are rigth and F1 has been like that Speed Racer movie for some time now. That said, I still think that if you bring more excitement you'll also bring more money. F1 is inntrouble and they refuse to acknowledge it. Speaking for myself, I've been following F1 since I was a baby and now I'm behaving like an adict that can't drop a bad habit. I mean, what's in there these days to catch the attention of new followers? An eco friendly V6? Who cares ! A race car that runs on batteries? Yeah, that's important. My son has a bunch of them ! Here is the most excitement I've seen in the last couple of years... Seb and Mark buttheading on track and off ( Mark, you'll be missed ) Was it in Abu Dhabi or Bahrain ( can't remember) when both Kimi and Seb used some "coarse" language Or Kimi saying over the radio.... Yeah yeah yeah I know what I'm doing

Weengnat

January 17, 2014 9:42 PM

F1 » Gallagher calls for 'radical re-thinking' in F1


Cut back on so restrictive regulations. Let teams push the limit of aerodynamic and engines, let them test more. Let the teams innovate ! F-duct, blown diffusers, engine mapping. Let the teams push till it breaks Do so and you'll get a far more interesting F1. It will also give a chance to the little guys come up some ground breaking ideas and a chance to move up the field. This might not drive costs down but may allow smaller teams make more money. Less regulations = more excitement



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