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14th September 2014, 11:11 at 11:11 am #274600
I wasn’t really bothered by the lack of on-track action (excluding the obvious) considering how novel the series is, I’m just concerned that the majority of the fans won’t be so patient and won’t give the series another try.
There’s definitely areas the series can improve – dropping Fanboost, getting rid of that silly music, and hopefully having a better track layout than whatever the hell we saw yesterday. But at the same time I’m still really impressed by the fact that an all-electric racing series didn’t immidiately get mocked into oblivion and was actually given a chance by most fans.
The cars are definitely too slow, but I might still head to the London race next year. Apparently the live sound is better than what we hear on tv?8th November 2012, 0:44 at 12:44 am #214686
Alonso’s win in Valencia was the best for me. There was just a brilliant passion about it that we rarely see these days.3rd October 2012, 13:30 at 1:30 pm #211667
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Having said that, am I right in saying that the BBC aren’t allowed broadcast 3 live races in a row? Can’t remember where I heard that though29th July 2012, 23:42 at 11:42 pm #206343
I’ll go for Senna on Perez. It was a bit easy, but still nicely executed.21st May 2012, 19:33 at 7:33 pm #202066
Normally I’d be strongly against split qualifying, but after watching that video I’m all for it. Keith, you mentioned how GP2 should be showing young drivers’ talents, but all last year’s quali session proved was that half of them shouldn’t have been put in a race car.14th May 2012, 15:58 at 3:58 pm #201664
I’ll go for Kobayashi on Button, it had the perfect amount of bravery to make it stick – as you’d expect from Kamui. Hamilton’s move on the Toro Rossos is a close second.19th March 2012, 0:36 at 12:36 am #196380
I’m going to say Vettel on Rosberg. Brave stuff, and it paid off4th September 2010, 12:43 at 12:43 pm #143964
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Hi there, I’m Ciaran, I’m 16, and I’m from Tralee, Kerry, Ireland.
I’ve been following F1 since the 2003 season, apart from 2005 and 2006, when RTE stopped showing the races. I used to be a Jordan fan, now I mainly follow Red Bull, Toro Rosso and Lotus.
I’ve never been able to attend an F1 race, but I hope to do so in the future.