And too bad for Alexander Rossi. Somewhere, I feel bad for him, but it is what it is right now.
Can’t wait for next year, generally speaking.
I think Sato’s 2017 Indy 500 win was better, because it ran all the way to the chequered flag. Races that finish under yellow or red flags leave me with a feeling of unfinished business. Otherwise, it was a good […]
If there wouldn’t be F1 (or F2) I’d be watching far more F3 races. If top class racing is “beheaded”, so to say, I guess that carracing fans will just watch lower (simpler, less expensive) […]
Totally right. That is why I sincerely think that so-called professional sports or commercial sports as you call it, is ridiculous.
I would actually prefer the small scale, regional club racing scene more. Like […]
So much money, for racing on about two dozens sundays . Sure, the money is probably meant to employ people. But for some fun racing on sunday afternoon?! Don’t repeat all the technological-advances-reasons, […]
Well, dear petebaldwin,
to reply to your first question:
1) F1 cars are relatively faster, and they have to negotiate corners. Btw, I am also a fan of rally racing, ánd indycar, ánd the WEC ánd GP2 ánd GP3 […]
I would watch it! I think it’s a little bit too early to say it’s complete rubbish. Just give it several tries. Adjust it, evolve it. I don’t want to get too philosophical, but change is part of life. So changing […]
Kriz commented on the post, McLaren is latest team to reveal an 'F1 car of the future' design 7 years ago
I really do believe that these radical racecar designs should be given a chance in Formula 1. Far less restrictions on design regulations, and more liberal thinking about what’s possible. Let’s make it a more open […]
Kriz commented on the post, Vote for your 2015 United States Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 7 years, 1 month ago
Voted for Verstappen: fought hard, but kept his cool; managed to make the tyres last sort of, brought his midfield chassis and socalled “uncompetitive” Renault engine back home in a best-of-the-rest position of […]
Kriz commented on the post, Ferrari used its veto to block engine price cut – FIA 7 years, 1 month ago
Their veto power is one of the major reasons why I’m no fan of Ferrari. Grow up Formula 1/FIA, get rid of this ridiculous veto power, because with it, you’re making yourselves look foolish.
Despite all those marriage problems between RBR and Renault, I think it’s better to stick with Renault for RBR. So mr. Horner, mr. Mateshitz and mr Marko should say sorry to Renault for all the bad publicity […]
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