What about improving the way we can view the pictures? Maybe some type of slideshow or something. At the moment it’s a bit slow having to reload the whole page when selecting the next picture to view.
None, I respect every driver and team.
I guess it would be difficult to distinguish between fans wanting their signature for themselves and people wanting them to make money.
I agree with their comments, but maybe they should consider just how difficult it is to get signatures and what fans go through to get them. Not everyone is lucky enough to encounter them, let alone manage to get their signature. I would never buy them myself because they don’t have any significance or connection to me personally. A signature should be reminder of meeting your favourite driver(s) or even attending a race.
I remember back in 2009 when I lined up for 2.5 hours to get driver signatures from my favourite team, Massa and Raikkonen. They ended up arriving 15 minutes late and left 5 minutes early, staying for only 10 minutes. Unfortunately I didn’t get them and was left disappointed but still very happy to see them.
This year I was well prepared in advanced with top quality prints of each driver. I managed to get signatures from Alonso, Massa, Vettel and Webber at the Australian GP after lining up for 4 hours. I was so happy to finally get signatures after many attempts and will cherish them forever. Their now proudly hanging on my living room wall and remind me when I met some of my favourite drivers (not too keen on Webber :P).
Sounds good. I’m hoping they also include adjustable steering sensitivity with the controller. F1 2011 was too sensitive for me.
This will be my 7th Australian GP in a row! and I’m only 17.
Got my GP advantage gold tickets for the 4 day Brabham grandstand. Melbourne GP always throws up a surprise and generally one of the best races of the year IMO.
Will be interesting to watch the weekend unfold and see who’s where in terms of competitiveness.
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