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12th March 2016, 16:56 at 4:56 pm #315080
Isolated showers are possible during the race on Sunday.22nd October 2015, 22:38 at 10:38 pm #30737528th July 2015, 20:02 at 8:02 pm #302636
The Hungarian Grand Prix went from one of the best trophies to one of the worst.
What were they thinking?27th March 2015, 20:53 at 8:53 pm #295329
Here’s the weather forecast for St. Pete:3rd June 2014, 18:27 at 6:27 pm #262228
Weather is looking good for the race. A chance of storms Sunday, well after the race ends Saturday night. It will be breezy though, with south winds at 15-20 mph, gusting up to 30 mph.
28th May 2014, 23:55 at 11:55 pm #261999
Weekend weather at Belle Isle looks great. No rain expected.
19th May 2014, 13:52 at 1:52 pm #260710
Interesting tweet from @IMS – “The average qualifying speed for the field today was 229.382mph. That makes this the fastest field in #Indy500 history!”
Weather forecast looks great for Indy 500 weekend.
16th May 2014, 19:51 at 7:51 pm #260563
Although there have been rain showers affecting the last few days of practice, the weather looks good for qualifying weekend.21st April 2014, 13:51 at 1:51 pm #257791
The weather for Barber is looking good. Just a slight chance of afternoon/evening showers and thunderstorms Friday and Saturday, with high temperatures around 80.9th April 2014, 14:15 at 2:15 pm #256105
The weather for GPLB looks pretty good. A bit on the cool side, with some morning fog and clouds through the day. But all races should be dry.1st April 2014, 9:00 at 9:00 am #254938
I thought this was great – Hulk eats McDonald’s, isn’t obsessed with weight loss. Good for him.31st January 2014, 16:09 at 4:09 pm #248170
France basically says that casual fans are too stupid to understand point racing, even though the system worked great since NASCAR’s inception and through its rise in popularity:
“‘Secondly, we want to make competing and running for a championship much simpler to understand’…France also said that casual fans (and drivers) don’t understand point racing, which will be de-emphasized with the new format.”31st January 2014, 4:00 at 4:00 am #248168
This is a really good article by Bob Pockrass on the problems this new Chase format could cause for NASCAR officials:
If you enjoyed garage fist fights, intentional wrecks, over-aggressive driving, officials determining race results through penalties, and cheating teams, you’ll love the new format.
This is the continued “NASCARization” of NASCAR. It’s become a joke.14th January 2014, 17:13 at 5:13 pm #247718
@steevkay “I think it’s difficult to make a really comprehensive racing movie without making it a multi-part series or just really long to begin with.”
You’re exactly right, and that, I think, is the problem with this movie. It tries to be a comprehensive racing movie, with an underlying theme of safety. It would have been much better if it had been more focused on the safety aspects of F1. A positive aspect of both Rush and Senna is that they both focused on a narrow topic. “1” doesn’t seem to have any specific focus, and wanders from topic to topic.7th October 2013, 11:26 at 11:26 am #242800
Chinese GP trophy is nice –
But a giant Panda would be epic.