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7th October 2013, 2:21 at 2:21 am #242601
Reminds me a lot of the Australian GP crash involving Villeneuve where Marshall Graham Beveridge was killed. Heavy impact, thank god no marshalls or spectators were injured, and that Dario should recover.9th September 2013, 0:35 at 12:35 am #241332
It has to be Alonso on Webber, they were on the same tires and Alonso just held on and turned the advantage to his favour.
Watching those two fight on track will be the biggest thing I’ll miss when Webber retires.21st May 2013, 13:50 at 1:50 pm #236905
Brilliant! That last lap tussle for the lead on the last lap was beautiful racing, and pulled off some awesome moves. Good luck with the rest of the season!23rd December 2012, 3:04 at 3:04 am #220727
Don’t even bother. We don’t get any practice sessions, our broadcaster usually shows the race on the standard-definition channel (rarely the HD channel), the online option (for me) usually crashes and the co-hosts are pretty useless.
Not to mention the love for commercial breaks the network have.
“Something exciting happening? Lets go to a break”.
“The race is about to start? Lets go to a break”.
“Welcome back to our coverage! Lets go to a break”.28th February 2012, 8:58 at 8:58 am #194681
Th jet dryer is basically that: A giant turbine engine on a trailer designed to be driven around the track to blow debris off it after and accident. CART used to use them as well.28th February 2012, 8:54 at 8:54 am #194679
If Montoya was complaining of vibration through every gear then possibly it could’ve been differential or driveshaft related? Scary how on that huge oval with all of that barrier, the car decided to fail and collect the safety truck! Murphy’s Law.6th October 2011, 8:10 at 8:10 am #134888
Mine is a group of zombies I met whilst going for a walk in Hyde Park, Sydney. Interesting mob.13th July 2011, 5:11 at 5:11 am #173972
Exactly how have Codemasters altered or improved the damage done to the cars? And what kind of reliability problems can we expect to occur? Engine? Gearbox? Brakes?
Thanks21st February 2011, 2:18 at 2:18 am #157984
Definately F1 World Grand Prix on the 64. Coming home from school and doing a 100% length grand prix from the cockpit view and using my name instead of Driver X (who was obviously Villeneuve). Thats all I played when I wasn’t playing Goldeneye and before Perfect Dark came out..
F1 Pole Position was the first game I ever played on the N64. The ’96 championship game where the map would show you where all the other cars are in relation to you and where they crashed. There was hardly a race where more than 10 cars finished!18th February 2011, 2:07 at 2:07 am #158973
Among a lot of things mentioned here, I’d also like a change to the post-race replay. I’d like to be able to watch the replay from the perspective of a car other than myself. Maybe being able to cycle through which driver you want to watch would be great.
There have been countless races where I’ve come flying around a corner straight into the scene of a 2 or 3 car crash (usually on a street circuit) or if I’m leading the field into the first corner on the opening lap, i look behind and they’ve all been held up in a first corner incident that i couldn’t see.
I’d like to see what happened to them in the replay. Also I finished one race and it said Chandhok was Disqualified?!?! Wtf? I would’ve liked to have seen how the A.I. managed that!18th February 2011, 0:48 at 12:48 am #151418
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