How about combining it with the last great idea…. knock out sprint races?
When the commentators start banging on about the likelihood of a safety car, in the hope something might happen, you know you’re in for a dull race. It’s not 100% the track either as Formula E managed a decent […]
chrispr27 commented on the post, F1 may drop Paul Ricard's Mistral chicane for 2019 race 3 years, 3 months ago
Doesn’t the DRS switch off when the driver brakes? Given the curve at Signes is taken flat are they relying on the drivers to manually switch it off? Could be some mega accidents if they forget..
Good selection overall, I assume it’s still on the rotation where C4 pick the first three, then Sky pick three exclusives and so on. After the British GP and the final GP it doesn’t leave C4 a lot of room for […]
chrispr27 commented on the post, FIA confirms new tyre rules and Virtual Safety Car changes 5 years, 10 months ago
From the F1 website:
-The tyre supplier will now provide three dry-weather compounds instead of two
-Of the 13 sets of dry tyres available to each driver, the tyre supplier will choose two for the race (only […]
I think the point he makes is that with fewer people on each wheel it both increases the amount of time taken, which lets the lollipop/traffic light person actually take in what is happening, and also reduces the […]
This was an easy choice for me, the Geoff Crammond series absolutely nailed F1 in my opinion. I had GP2/3/4, bought a PC wheel and sunk many hours into those games. I believe they’re still being modded to this […]