Marco Freire commented on the post, Spanish Grand Prix to stay at Catalunya until 2026 in new deal 1 day, 10 hours ago
Unless they get rid of that terrible chicane, this is not welcome news. Why can’t they just make a slower corner out of the second to last corner?
Marco Freire commented on the post, Verstappen not targeting more than a single F1 title win 4 days, 3 hours ago
That new Detroit track uses some of the F1 layout, and it looks terribly awful. People should already bee concerned about the future of the event there.
Marco Freire commented on the post, F1's 'Brundle clause' doesn't demand celebrities give grid interviews 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Who knows; if that London GP is for real they would just designate it the British GP in place of Silverstone (lets hope not).
Marco Freire commented on the post, F1's 'Brundle clause' doesn't demand celebrities give grid interviews 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Are you kidding me about that London Grand Prix? Is that real? Or is that just a desperate bid by Khan trying to get re-elected?
Marco Freire commented on the post, Alpine reinforce rear wings after "fatigue overload" on Alonso's car 3 weeks, 2 days ago
F1 is the Premier League or NFL of racing. There’s a whole lot more money (primarily money), technology and prestige involved than in any other racing series- that’s why it is so political, because everyone is […]
Marco Freire commented on the post, Miami Grand Prix sees "high demand" as 275,000 apply for tickets 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Aside from the fact that I don’t appreciate your condescendingly anti-American sentiments, without a round(s) in America it really wouldn’t be an F1 world championship- America (and also Canada) is part of the […]
Marco Freire commented on the post, New location for IndyCar's Detroit Grand Prix from 2023 3 weeks, 2 days ago
They released the layout of this new street circuit. It looks like one of the worst circuits ever.
Marco Freire commented on the post, New location for IndyCar's Detroit Grand Prix from 2023 3 weeks, 3 days ago
That is a terrible idea. The Belle Isle street track is one of the more interesting street tracks on the IndyCar calendar. The last time IndyCar raced in downtown Detroit on the Renaissance Center street circuit […]
Montreal is a street track- it’s just not a city street track. It’s located in a park on an island in the middle of a river that runs along the city center.
Miami Gardens is not a particularly exciting area (it’s the suburbs), and it is a little dangerous- I would not recommend spending any time outside the stadium area. But the fun places where people want to be- […]
That could not happen easily- because the narrowness of the roads, the huge commercial activity there and from a racing perspective, the grid system of Miami Beach would create a Phoenix street circuit-like […]
I agree- this date is effectively pushing the tolerable conditions to their limits- this weekend the Miami GP is scheduled is literally the last weekend before the intense afternoon rainstorms start to become more […]
*be a great place
There is no elevation change on the Floridian peninsula- none. It is flatter than the Netherlands.
Indianapolis would be great- but not on the current or previous road track. I hope they can come up with a Daytona 24H-like track where they use just about all of the oval.
You probably haven’t been there, so reserve your judgement until the event actually happens.
Thank you. Even though Vegas has changed a whole lot since that disaster of a circuit existed in the early 80s, F1 shouldn’t go back there.
Miami is a going to be place for an F1 GP- much better than Vegas. Beautiful beaches, restaurants, resorts, and a cosmopolitan and multi-cultural atmosphere. We will have to see how this temporary track shapes up- […]
I agree completely. I am personally sick of these box-checking tracks. The Miami track as it stands needs a few changes- like a very fast first corner, like Turn 1 at Sebring (without the bumps of course).
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