Joey-Poey commented on the post, Rain plus Mexican GP "financially devastating" for COTA 7 years, 3 months ago
It’s a nice sentiment, but Mexico in June or July? Really? Please think about this for a second and consider the reasons why they wouldn’t schedule it then.
Joey-Poey replied to the topic 2016 IndyCar calendar: Road America, Phoenix and Boston added in the forum IndyCar 7 years, 3 months ago
It’s sad to see Milwaukee go. It’s good to see some variety in the tracks they race and being a short, flat oval, it was unique on the schedule. But as has been said: if the money isn’t there, there’s not much you can do.
Fontana? Good riddance. I’m sorry, but that track is too dangerous for the cars now. I hope this is a sign that they’ve…[Read more]
Joey-Poey commented on the post, Raikkonen and Arrivabene criticise rivals for rain delay antics 7 years, 3 months ago
Their sense of humor changed, but looks like their sense of sportsmanship hasn’t ;)
Joey-Poey commented on the post, Ferrari used its veto to block engine price cut – FIA 7 years, 3 months ago
Judging by their past actions, I’m sure they’d love to have an F1 championship of nothing but Ferraris out on track racing one another. At this rate, sure seems like they’re working towards it. Keep pulling all […]
I’m afraid that right off the bat, your ideas have a problem, Dragoll. Putting testing back into effect will mean that teams with money will have more opportunities to go test. And more opportunities to test means they’ll continue to streak away from the have-nots. It’s a positive feedback loop, but only for the teams who have had success. This is…[Read more]
Surely if they pull out someone would be willing to buy a team that’s got 4 championships under it’s belt, right?
“Listen guys, I know we said we were serious before but now we’re for real-reals serious. Just you watch! We’re totes cracking down. I promise.”
As others have said: put grass, put gravel, put SOMETHING that […]
Slightly agree. We definitely need to start taking steps toward protecting the driver’s head. Whether that’s closed cockpits or higher windscreens, I don’t know. All I know is a methodical approach needs to be […]
Yes and no on the underbody downforce. Yes, it may have less wake, but it also means shorter braking distances or even no braking where it once was. And that means passes will be more difficult. Long braking zones […]
Except more downforce (even if it comes from under the car without a big wake) also means shorter breaking zones or fewer breaking zones. And that means fewer opportunities to pass.
You’re right that people can change and grow, but when picking favorites in sport, that’s a hard blemish to overcome. While things like team orders are a grey area, things like throwing a race to hand your […]
Joey-Poey commented on the post, Prost wins from 13th, Mansell stuns Berger – and Senna hits 100 7 years, 7 months ago
And look at how dangerous the time spread was! Oh the horror!
The problem is when you increase the G’s and cornering speeds, run off needs to be bigger and bigger. And I think everyone can agree we’re sick of the parking lots. Cornering speeds are most certainly not the answer.
Here’s what I don’t understand from the people who want tires that last the whole race and can be pushed on. You could do that with the Bridgestones at some races (remember Italy and Vettel going all the way to […]
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