I often feel like a broken record saying this, but having a spec chassis does not mean that all cars and teams are equal. It just means that the competition is in the real, physical world between hands-on […]
Daytona is a marquee NASCAR venue, you can’t compare that with an Indycar race at Iowa. That would be like comparing grand prix attendance between Silverstone and Shanghai.
In FE grids the are too big and the tracks are too tight for the F1 qualifying format I think. Besides, superpole is cool.
Indycar has a good “group qualifying” format that could work for FE.
graham228221 commented on the post, Rate the race: 2021 British Grand Prix Sprint Qualifying 6 months ago
Is it really that complicated?
graham228221 commented on the post, Ferrari's fight is more with McLaren than Red Bull – Sainz 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Imagine a world where you’re watching a motor race, and with a quarter of the race left there are still a dozen or so cars with a shot of winning if the circumstances fall right for them and they execute […]
Congratulations on writing the stupidest comment of the day.
Watch a race at Monaco before the new PUs were introduced, like 2011-2013 – there’s still generally a lack of overtaking but there’s something about the racing that’s more exciting. I don’t think it’s anything to […]
The equivalent of the Indycar rule would probably mean double-waved yellows or red flags would see a laptime deletion.
I think it’s worth introducing, it’s reasonably rare with F1 tracks being so forgiving so […]
@balue because they are all racing in essentially the same equipment, and the tracks that Indycar use are vastly different from each other so suit different driving styles and skills:
Race 1 at Barber: Old […]
graham228221 commented on the post, Vergne victorious as Vandoorne hits manhole cover in race of drama 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Agree – brilliant race, a really unpredictable and close battle for win.
A drive through seems so ridiculously over the top, I’d like to see them just apply some sort of power-related penalty – spending 10 […]
@george was the controversy not mainly about the manner that Hamilton gave the place back, rather than disagreeing that he should have given it back?
I’m pretty sure that the rule about the definition of the “track” had always been in the rulebook, right? It’s not about “enforcing” it, the argument is about “interpreting” it – another interpretation would be […]
@pejuee so what? that’s my point. if they gain an advantage, no problem.
it feels like we never used to spend so much energy arguing about track limits. if you CUT the track then that’s obviously not allowed (e.g. Hamilton at Spa 2008) but if you drift out on the outside, who […]
Did anyone watch the Nascar race at Bristol last night? For the first time since the 70s they ran a Cup race on DIRT!
I’m in the UK so could only watch the highlights but it looked really fun. Nice to see a […]
graham228221 commented on the post, Full crowd for British Grand Prix "absolutely on the table" 10 months, 4 weeks ago
pretty sure i remember a lot of people complaining the start of 2012 was a “lottery” because of the unpredictable tyres…
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