Here’s that Paris one I did for a post two years ago:
I remember having to tweak it because the original version looked a bit phallic. You can probably work out how!
Thread closed to avoid duplicate comments: Yamamoto mechanic injured (Video)
Best to post that in the dedicated page on the site:
Autodromo Nazionale Monza – spectators’ experiences
I think I’d have to say Mansell. With better luck (especially in 1986 and 1987), or not being around at the same time as Prost/Senna/Piquet, he might easily have been a multiple champion.
You’ll find loads on that here:
Silverstone – spectators’ experiences
2010 British Grand Prix discussion
I wanted to raise another discussion point about comments.
I’m increasingly finding that a lot of comments are coming in that are hard to understand.
I don’t think it serves the site very well if a lot of comments are confusing and unclear and may stop publishing such comments in future.
Do many people on here find comments that are hard to read or unclear?
No – duplicate content threads will be closed on the forum. The main site comes first.
Already being discussed elsewhere on the site. Thread closed.
It was in the round-up last week.
There’s already posts on this on the site:
No 13th F1 team in 2011
Epsilon Euskadi not giving up on F1
Best bet is to have a look here:
2010 Japanese Grand Prix discussion
Suzuka, Japan – Spectators’ experiences
There’s already a place for this on the site where people have been posting since March:
2010 Korean Grand Prix discussion
If it happens we might see a few F1 drivers turn up at GP2 test sessions. There’s a few teams in there that could do with the money. But no reason why they couldn’t think up a rule to stop that happening.
There is already a discussion thread for people going to this race, as there is for every race on the 2010 calendar:
2010 Singapore Grand Prix discussion
2010 Italian Grand Prix discussion
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