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23rd March 2014, 8:29 at 8:29 am #253536
I always watched the Qualifying and Grand Prix with a laptop for Live Timing. And I was also very unpleasently surprised with the castrated version on Formula1.com.
But… The new F1 app makes up for that loss.
Yes, it used to be free information and now you have to pay for it. I hate that. But I hate missing live timing even more so I paid the 10 euros for the 2014 season. It’s as simple as that. If you really want something, you’ll pay for it.
Last year I used the F1LT app on the android which had a great feature to download and reply a session. Great when you had to miss the live GP. The new F1 app also has this feauture.
So, you have to pay for it, but you also get more in return.
PS. It was a bit messed up with the start crash. Massa was in 14th place for a long time :-(4th November 2013, 14:52 at 2:52 pm #244650
If that means jailbreaking an iDevice or rooting an Android device than that is not a wise option.
I agree the official live timing app is outrageously expensive for an app. But even then I prefer not to use to breaking the integrity of my iPad. Or in this case, use an app that doesn’t involve hacking.12th May 2013, 10:21 at 10:21 am #236360
Frijns is really impressive. A win and a 2nd place from 8th in the sprint race in only his second race. Don’t know how good the team is but still…
Maybe we can swap van der Garde for Frijns….3rd June 2012, 14:30 at 2:30 pm #202484
@monkey This is the site that listed the F1 driver earnings: http://www1.skysports.com/formula-1/news/12433/7788281/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter25th September 2011, 9:26 at 9:26 am #178331
PS3 | MarcusAurelius01 | NL
I like this version much better than the 2010. It’s a bit more difficult, but somehow I’m more connected to the car and finally can ‘feel’ what the car is doing.
Maybe it’s the softening of the car spinning, but it feels more natural than the on-off switch of spinngin or touching a kerb.29th August 2011, 10:29 at 10:29 am #177228
Exactly! I was already worried when he didn’t steer clear of the guardrail after the crash but even more when he didn’t brake and let his car crash into the red tirewall.
On top of that he sat motionless in his car for a long moment.
I’m convinced this caused the Safety car to be deployed. The crash and the location itself weren’t serious enough to send the safetycar out.29th November 2010, 17:01 at 5:01 pm #153221
Indeed, the wobble is very annoying.
I’m not a fan of Nascar but this wobble prevents me from reaching another level at the Jeff Gordon school.
On the other tracks it’s not a problem but with the lack of grip with these whales on wheels the wobble is enough to throw you off line.
But I still love the game…