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I'm getting so close to the point where......
I give up on this sport. Of all the things wrong with it, they choose quali to change. McLaren seem to think the best way to improve racing is to make the cars heavier and increase downforce. And if I hear Toto Woolf say one more time it has to be road relevant, I'll fair dinkum spew. Ask Toto how many of his manufacturers road going cars run on 13 inch rims, and, how many mass produced road cars run carbon brake systems.
Thoughts, comments, questions, queries.
I can not imagine 'giving up' on F1 but many old school purists have. I found I watched fewer GPs live last season and watched some of them on fast forward on catch-up. I can feel myself drifting away.
However ... its F1. Its Albert Park. Its Lewis. Its Williams. Its Toro Rosso. Of course I'll be watching.
And finally the Senna-Prost between Nico and Clewlis happened, hahaha, very curious to see what happens now.
But today let's all celebrate Max, after Leicester another event that will still be spoken about in 50 years time!!!!
When Hockenheim is half empty.
When drivers are so woefully under-used that they look box fresh on the podium.
When you start watching races on catch-up ...
It's a Formula where if a driver tries to give more he damages the aerodynamics and ends up slower.
Even Hamilton talks about too much aero, so what did they come up with to fix things. Bigger tyres, and just to balance that out, an increase in aero. WTF are they thinking with?????