@ahw3ll interesting one, at least Dome actually built and tested a car; I remember seeing on-car footage of Naoki Hattori testing it at Suzuka on youtube. DAMS were good in F3000, but USF1 were just a load of American hot air!
Funny you mention Rial – I went on the Page & Moy coach tour to the 1989 Hungarian GP; as we returned we stopped at a…[Read more]
Tha pit lane is the same as the original, exept for the entry which is on the outside of the last corner. This was an old track that I had previously made for the same exact purpose, but I had to edit it a bit to meet all the rules.
I keep misreading “real Lotus” as “Rial, Lotus”!
I’ve got a soft spot for the teams that were around in the early nineties, when I started watching. So I miss the likes of Minardi, Simtek and Jordan.
Also, not sure if these count, but I always wonder what those teams who never got their cars to a race could have achieved if they had the chance -…[Read more]
Kept it simple. Inspired by Le Mans. Track rotates anti-clockwise, and utilises the same pit straight, but a slightly different pit lane. Kindly advise if track fulfils all specifications.
Team Lotus (technical innovations, not afraid to sign a young talent)
Brabham (technical innovations)
Benetton (hip team, great driver line ups)
Prost (refuge for French drivers and I just really liked Alain as team boss)
Minardi (the art of perseverance, great place for rookies)
Jordan (probably the hippest team, great place for rookies and as…[Read more]
Talking some next-level Grand Prix Manager Editor-stuff:
Mercedes: Rosberg – Hulkenberg
Red Bull: Ricciardo – Hamilton
Williams: Bottas – Vettel
Ferrari: Alonso – Raikkonen
McLaren: Magnussen – Vandoorne
Force India: Grosjean – Perez
Toro Rosso: Kvyatt – Sainz jr.
Lotus: Vergne – Maldonado
Marussia: Rossi – Palmer
Sauber: Bianchi – Nasr
August 30th – Verizon IndyCar Series – Will Power – Round 15 of 15 – Race 18 of 18
Also of note in this series: Carlos Munoz won Rookie of the Year at the same race, Chevrolet the manufacturers cup. Juan Pablo Montoya was awarded the ‘Most Popular Driver’ award the day after.
Bridge before the hotel. I have used some of the tarmac of the current circuit.
I believe it is legal, but if it isn’t, let me know. I won’t go ahead with the commentary before I know it is legal.
Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Old Lotus, Benetton, Minardi, Jordan, Arrows, Jaguar, Prost/Ligier, Stewart, BAR, BMW, Midland, Spyker, Toyota, Brawn GP, Renault, Honda, HRT
The only team I don’t miss is Super Aguri. The drivers they brought in were rubbish, like Ide and Davidson (who is better at analysing things on Sky Sports) and their management was…[Read more]
@PhilEReid no I was talking about the narrow bit towards the end of the lap, after the longest straight (which you talked about at the end of you track description). Not very practical although it would still be possible with some earth moving :P
Red Bull: Ricciardo and Vergne
Mercedes: Hamilton and Rosberg
Ferrari: Vettel and Alonso
Lotus: Raikkonen and Grosjean
McLaren: Magnussen and Button
Force India: Hulkenberg and Perez
Sauber: Kobayashi and de Silvestro
Toro Rosso: Kvyat and Verstappen
Williams: Bottas and Massa
Caterham: Felix da Costa and van der Garde
Marrusia: Bianchi and Rossi
Mercedes W196 Streamliner – Stunning and hugely successful, the only F1 streamliner which is really remembered, and the most cohesive.
Maserati 250F ’57 – The final version was easily prettiest
Lotus 72E – Classic wedge, amazingly long career
McLaren MP4/4/5 – Very difficult to choose between them. The 4 looks that little bit squatter and has…[Read more]
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