Please get rid of Monaco. I understand tradition but the sport outgrew that venue a long time ago.
Probably a dumb question but I’m going to ask anyway: Can they have narrower tires in the wet? A narrower tire would help with aquaplaning because the pressure would be concentrated in a smaller area and it would […]
Bryan commented on the post, Ericsson survives airborne shunt to win calamitous Music City GP 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I live in the US and I completely agree the commercials are terrible. Sadly the more popular it gets the worse it will get. Not that I’m a fan, but that’s largely what killed the popularity of NASCAR IMO. When […]
Bryan commented on the post, Schumacher has also driven Mazepin's heavier chassis – Steiner 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Nikita Maze”spin” does not belong in F1 to state the obvious. I wish they could get rid of him now to make room for another young driver but it looks like the reality of money is in the way of that.
Bryan commented on the post, Cooler race temperatures should suit Ferrari – Mekies 4 months, 1 week ago
Beat me to it. I was thinking the same thing.
New tire rules:
1. Be kind and polite. The tires are sensitive and easily offended.
2. Use your inside voice. Loud voices stress the tires.
3. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. The tires do not like to be […]
Bryan commented on the post, Grosjean claims first IndyCar pole position at third attempt 5 months, 2 weeks ago
AWESOME! So happy for Romain! I always thought he was faster than he was able to show in his F1 cars. After the near death experience he had last year, he earned and deserves this.
Stating the obvious, but wow Honda have come a long way since 2015. Shame that they’re pulling out of the sport again, and at a time when it seems they are on track to become the best PU.
Bryan commented on the post, New McLaren MCL35M makes its debut on track: First pictures and video 8 months, 1 week ago
I’m 40, and I agree that variety is missing in today’s cars. Or rather, visible and obvious variety. I don’t think we’ll ever see racing like it was in the 60’s and 70’s when anything goes (I wasn’t alive, but I […]
I’m not sure if they’re copying IndyCar necessarily, but I agree that even though IndyCar is slower the racing is better and therefore I don’t care about the speed.
Bryan commented on the post, Hamilton beats Bottas to pole as Vettel struggles to seventh 2 years, 4 months ago
1. The sport is declining. Deiter has covered the political/environmental/economic reasons. But when the stewards make decisions like this then the governing body only has themselves to blame. A proper battle that […]
- Load More