The alternative F1 calendar

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    @raymondu999 lol, it’s fine :P I don’t mind rule breakers anyway so if you want to do that then fine although I’d prefer totally different tracks/circuits to the current ones if that’s okay (no configuration adjustments) :)

    Loving the lists by the way!

    @GeeMac “My aim to get races on all continents!” I think that should be F1’s aim anyway (apart from where it’s all ice ;) )

    rob lomas

    My perfect calendar
    1.mount panorama Australia one of the steepest gradients on any circuit
    2. Portero de Los funes Argentina
    brilliant new track on public roads around a lake
    Manfeild new Zealand nice track with sweepers and some overtaking places
    4. Dubai autodrome nicely banked turn leading on to the back stretch
    5. Monaco self explanatory this one
    6. Imola remove the chicane before tosa and very good racing will happen
    7. Monza see Monaco
    8. Portimao portugal new with plenty of elevation making this a future classic
    9. Virginia international raceway grand west USA
    Long and very twisty and picturesque proper American road circuit
    10. Motorland Aragon Spain see portimao
    11. Mont tremblant Canada see virginia international raceway but in Canada
    12. clemont ferand France Stirling moss said there is no place like clemont ferand nuff said
    13. Mexico city Mexico peretelta is where senna flipped in 1991 and alliot had a big crash there in 1988 not to mention mansell arround the outside of Berger in 1990
    14. Spa Belgium amazing track
    15. Hockenheim Germany 200mph through the forrests shame they shortened it
    16. Gotland ring combined Sweden brilliant track through a wind farm with off camber curves aplenty a future classic
    17. Interlagos 1940-1989 long punishing twisty fast =good for fans bad for drivers
    18. suzuka the only figure of 8 on the calendar a classic
    Osterreichring Austria brilliant but just needed to be wider
    Oulton park Britain fast hilly and the shell hairpin is quite steeply banked

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