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12th August 2015, 7:58 at 7:58 am #303133
Robert Kubica, Alx Danielsson, Alvaro Parente, Giedo van der Garde, Bertrand Baguette, Mikhail Aleshin, Robert Wickens, Robin Frijns, Kevin Magnussen, Carlos Sainz Jr, Sebastian Vettel, Jaime Alguersuari, Daniel Ricciardo, Jean-Eric Vergne, Antonio Felix da Costa, Pierre Gasly, Esteban Guerreri, Jules Bianchi, Sam Bird, Stoffel Vandoorne, Roberto Merhi, Oliver Rowland, Matthieu Vaxiviere, Charles Pic, Pastor Maldonado, Borja Garcia.19th January 2015, 15:01 at 3:01 pm #290451
Definitely a single-seater ladder. F1 games are too poor in terms of content: in the end it’s only 10 (may vary) different cars and 20 (may vary) different tracks. You ain’t got anything more than that ultimatly.
I bought Grid Autosport for that “ladder” reason, but didn’t own F1 2014 who’s just another F1 game…
Something like a career through F3 to F2 (should I write Future F2?) to F1 would just please me.18th January 2015, 9:52 at 9:52 am #290339
2. Canal +
3. All races live on Canal +
4. All qualifying sessions live on Canal + Sport
5. All practice sessions live on Canal + Sport
6. 25€/month (300€/year) for Canal+ and Canal + Sport. Both channels broadcast a lot more than just F1: Canal + broadcasts films, series, documentaries, sports, TV shows etc… and Canal + Sport broadcasts football, basketball, handball, F1, hockey, golf, rugby, sailing etc…
As my wife and I share the bills, I effectively pay 12.5€/month (150€/year) for all contents.
7. Broadcast coverage online for Canal + and Canal + Sport on PC, Mac, Tablets… via mycanal.fr
8. RMC radio station and streaming websites such as those you know.30th August 2014, 21:02 at 9:02 pm #272672
I’m a French F1 fan for almost 20 years and in the country the sport’s visibility has just gone from bad to worse in the last few years.
From no driver on the grid to no home race to pay tv, audience will never be what it was.
The older generation won’t by a suscription to watch live a race. They’ll just get the results later, bu luck on the radio or newspapers.
The younger generation can’t by a suscription without their parents’ agreement and won’t be able to see F1 live if they don’t have the channel that broadcasts it. I even know a 15 year-old go-kart racer who doesn’t have Canal+ and just can’t watch his favorite sport live at home.
Remember, we have no home Grand Prix in France, so no adverts for F1, but we have a four-time world champion engine and as much as three points-scoring drivers on the grid. But you can’t love a sport you can’t see…
The Alain Prost era is far away now and most fans here are passionate from that time.
I (McLaren fan) managed to convert my wife (turned strictly Hamilton fan), my brother (turned Vettel/Red Bull fan) and two of my best-friends (turned Alonso and Ferrari fan) to the sport, but it’s the best I can do if FOM/FIA/Promoters does not help me and my fellow F1 Fanatics.
The situation of F1 is critical and something must be done about a F a O and a M.
It’s called social media and fan experience.13th August 2014, 10:04 at 10:04 am #270351
It’s Mr Marc Limacher who has made the Business Book GP, he’s the editor of TomorrowNewsF1.com and he’s very much involved in the sport business.
I know him personally, he’s a reliable guy and I trust him, but as said above some figures are there to fill the gaps.
The list gives a first impression of drivers’ salaries but far from being totally correct as we don’t know the whole story about teams and money.
I have the book and it is good lecture.28th July 2014, 17:52 at 5:52 pm #268587
The problem with F1 is the constant changes of rules. That’s one of the point why people don’t watch it; they do not understand it.
As @GeeMac mentioned above as ‘qualifying handicap’, why would you handicap the team/driver that has done a better job? They don’t do that in football, and it’s the most popular sport over the globe.19th November 2013, 10:51 at 10:51 am #245467
Grosjean overtaking Webber on the outside of Turn 1 at the start.
It made his race, which was a champ material one.24th October 2013, 10:31 at 10:31 am #24317923rd October 2013, 10:59 at 10:59 am #243176
@wsrgo No official reason has been given for Serralles – who retired due to accidents in seven of the last nine European F3 races this year – skipping Macau, hehe19th October 2013, 17:22 at 5:22 pm #243173
Exactly @wsrgo and Jean-Eric Vergne won the British F3 championship back in 2010 if ever I saw it. Anyway, keep updating some Macau GP F3 news, I love that event18th October 2013, 18:59 at 6:59 pm #243171
That’s a massive line-up, and we know that among those guys there is future F1 driver(s). I go for Prema or Carlin (easy)
I’m for my fellow coutryman Esteban Ocon, he’s the first Frenchman to race in an FIA-rules F3 competition since the current-generation machines were introduced at the beginning of the 2012 season.10th September 2013, 9:02 at 9:02 am #241512
An IndyCar/Formula Renault 3.5 mix of a car. I quite like it but the big the front wing. Can’t wait September 2014!1st August 2013, 9:02 at 9:02 am #224401
That’s deceiving we have a Ferrari but not the one of M.Schumacher (7-times world champion), no 50’s car from J.M. Fangio (5 World Chamionship), no McLaren deal (8-times Constructors Champion), no A.Prost (4 W.C.), and no A.Senna, the most popular driver in the history of F1 (3 W.C.). Last two mentioned won all their titles in the 80’s/90’s (classic game era) and Mclaren all bar one (1974).
Oh, and what about M.Häkkinen ?
I’m still pleased about the uprades of F1 2013, the gaming experience and the classic stuff, but it always looks like an unfinished business, telling us next year it’ll be massively improved. Thankfully !4th April 2013, 11:12 at 11:12 am #230989
Great improvment mate. Nice we can now embed images and videos.