Simple solution: if you drive off track and can get back on without losing the car, it’s legal. If not, the penalty is automatically served. If it’s got pavement, it’s racetrack and you ought to be able to drive […]
I’m just tickled to see McLaren & Ferrari in with a chance. It’s been very depressing to see teams that were real staples of the sport to be so off the pace. Now, if we can only get Williams up to speed…
Gio is looking good this year. I hope he gets to stick around.
James Reyome commented on the post, The lethal problem IndyCar can't ignore and hasn't solved 4 years, 3 months ago
Which is effectively what happened here. My bicycle would have gone up into the fence under similar circumstances.
James Reyome commented on the post, Banned F2 racer Ferrucci tried to run Trump slogan on his car 4 years, 5 months ago
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Agree on RoGro. Good to see him finally score and for Haas to get a double points finish. If I had my druthers I’d give it to the whole Haas team, in fact. That’s got to be gratifying.
Thank you. Yes. Too much shouting, and not enough Martin Brundle.
James Reyome commented on the post, F1 approves car changes to increase overtaking in 2019 4 years, 7 months ago
Good point, this.