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    Get rid of DRS once and for all, as it deprives us of good, skillful overtaking which actually requires some challenge. Relax engine regulations so that V8s and V10s are permitted. Bring back a tyre war so that tyres are designed to go as fast as possible around the track, rather than degrade for entertainment purposes. Replace all tarmac run offs with grass and gravel traps, so that mistakes get punished. Distribute prize money more fairly for smaller teams. Loosen circuit design regulations so that people like Tilke (preferably not Tilke himself though) actually have more freedom to design a challenging but safe track, also including some old-school classic circuits such as Estoril, Zandvoort and Imola. Design extreme wet tyres that can clear more water and provide more grip so that the race isn’t stopped as soon as the rain gets worse than drizzly. None of that hideous CGI which looks unprofessional and ridiculous. Make F1 available on free to air TV, as that would counteract the drastically declining TV figures.

    Don’t forget the double points. That idea needs to be obliterated into thin air and never seen again.

    This would be my ideal calendar:
    1. Australia – Melbourne Park
    2. Malaysia – Sepang
    3. Singapore – Marina Bay Circuit (with some redesigning to make it more interesting)
    4. Macau – Macau Street Circuit
    5. China – Shanghai Circuit
    6. Spain – Autodromo Ricardo Tormo
    7. Portugal – Estoril
    8. France – Magny Cours alternating with Paul Ricard
    9. Monaco – Monaco Street Circuit
    10. Great Britain – Silverstone
    11. Germany – Nurburgring alternating with Hockenheim on the old track (optimistic, I know)
    12. Austria – Red Bull Ring, change the layout to incorporate part of old track
    13. Hungary – Hungaroring
    14. Finland – Helsinki
    15. Holland – Zandvoort
    16. Belgium – Spa Francorchamps
    17. Italy – Monza alternating with Mugello (so that Hockenheim and Monza occur on different years)
    18. San Marino – Imola
    19. Canada – Montreal
    20. USA – Austin (redisgn last sector)
    21. USA East – Long Beach
    22. Mexico – Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (keep old Peraltada by adding a slow section beforehand)
    23. Argentina – Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez (on old layout going around lake)
    24. Brazil – Interlagos
    25. Japan – Suzuka

    #279309
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    Get rid of DRS once and for all, as it deprives us of good, skillful overtaking which actually requires some challenge. Relax engine regulations so that V8s and V10s are permitted. Bring back a tyre war so that tyres are designed to go as fast as possible around the track, rather than degrade for entertainment purposes. Replace all tarmac run offs with grass and gravel traps, so that mistakes get punished. Distribute prize money more fairly for smaller teams. Loosen circuit design regulations so that people like Tilke (preferably not Tilke himself though) actually have more freedom to design a challenging but safe track, also including some old-school classic circuits such as Estoril, Zandvoort and Imola. Design extreme wet tyres that can clear more water and provide more grip so that the race isn’t stopped as soon as the rain gets worse than drizzly. None of that hideous CGI which looks unprofessional and ridiculous. Make F1 available on free to air TV, as that would counteract the drastically declining TV figures.

    Don’t forget the double points. That idea needs to be obliterated into thin air and never seen again.

    #144548
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    These are all very good tracks, much better than that Tilke crap! I might post one soon if I get creative enough, but Pedometer? Seriously?

    #172604
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    Mika Hakkinen in 1998

    #174708
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    Any of the Saubers between 1996 and 2005

    Mercedes 2011 livery.

    I just love the Petronas colours!

    How can anyone like the BrawnGP livery? I found it extremely bland.

    #167498
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    People I don’t like

    Hermann Tilke

    Luca Di Montezemlo

    Jonathan Legard

    Michael Schumacher

    Max Mosely and all the other idiots at the Ferrari International Assistance such as

    Jean Todt

    #159770
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    I started watching in 2001 when I was 3 because my dad used to watch it. I didn’t really get the concept of it because I was too young. I just liked to watch every race and watch the Saubers and Jaguars, which I liked because of their colours. I started watching F1 more seriously in 2004, telling my dad to wake me up at 3am to watch the Australian Grand Prix.

    I’ve been addicted to F1 since. All I can do is thank my dad for getting me into F1. I still remember that glorious moment in Suzuka 2006 when the ads just came on..

    “Dad, I swear I just saw Schumachers car starting to smoke there!”

    “Nah, Ferrari are always really reliable, don’t get your hopes up!”

    Then a few minutes later the race resumed and we all saw the Ferrari up in smoke… lol :D

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