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22nd September 2015, 11:30 at 11:30 am #305736
Race taking place around a cultural area of Hong Kong, racing past a park, the Observatory, the Science Museum, along the avenue of stars and by the cultural centre18th September 2015, 18:05 at 6:05 pm #305456
A couple of really great circuits here, especially the one from @PhilERead, but the winner for me is @ching ho, whose marina track is both challenging and unique, a faster, African Monaco, if you will.14th September 2015, 8:10 at 8:10 am #305151
Thanks, I’ve wanted a Portugal GP for ages ever since the new circuit in the Algarve was built.
Ok, for this challenge, I want you to help Bernie and Formula 1 finally get a world class facility in Africa.
All I ask for is a realistic track between 4 and 7km, no buildings demolished and no airport tracks. You can build a street circuit, redevelop an existing circuit or build a brand new circuit, I don’t mind, but I want a reason you chose that location (by the ocean, excellent mountain backdrop, historical place, races past a famous attraction, whatever)
You have till Friday practice!12th September 2015, 17:49 at 5:49 pm #30509610th September 2015, 18:55 at 6:55 pm #304944
They’ll need to find some fans from somewhere though8th September 2015, 0:54 at 12:54 am #3047188th September 2015, 0:53 at 12:53 am #304717
Greenwich Park Formula E circuit, a fun blast down and up a rather steep hill within parkland, utilising the same area of London as the start of the London Marathon, overlooking the historical naval college and Cutty Sark within Greenwich, and crossing the meridian line underneath by the Royal Observatory. The outer road is the track and the inner is the pitlane6th September 2015, 19:56 at 7:56 pm #304651
Shoulda woulda coulda, if my auntie had cajones she would be my uncle etc.
Schumi was in a different league to Hamilton imo3rd September 2015, 17:49 at 5:49 pm #304267
http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/m/?r=6705251&rf=1 the London QEOP F1 Circuit, minutes from both my house and my place of work, a few roads would need widening or resurfacing but the infrastructure and the space for multiple grandstands would be there3rd September 2015, 7:19 at 7:19 am #304212
But it looks absolutely nothing like the Marlboro logo in any way! And Marlboro can use Ferrari on their adverts as much as they like provided Ferrari say it’s OK, there’s no ban on formula 1 appearing in tobacco adverts, just a ban on tobacco sponsors and adverts in formula 1. I just think people are trying to dig Ferrari out yet again for something they have clearly distanced themselves from in recent years.2nd September 2015, 23:46 at 11:46 pm #304197
If you look hard enough for something, you’ll see anything you want to see. A black panel on a red car, swooshing the opposite way to a red panel on a white car, and people call it subliminal advertising! What about the panel on this
That’s closer to the Marlboro McLaren, does that scream subliminal advertising to you?19th August 2015, 7:58 at 7:58 am #303324
I find the Nurburgring very boring, perhaps it’s over exposure to it on various racing games, but the first sector is awful and after that I don’t see anything interesting.
I would choose Hockenheim simply because there is opportunity to overtake in many places, and the Parabolika and Stadium sections are pretty unique. I also like the Mercedes Benz section5th August 2015, 18:29 at 6:29 pm #302906
Infiniti RedBull with the purple
THE ZIP BAR20th July 2015, 12:03 at 12:03 pm #302074
Sorry should say Ferrari powered cars, so Manor, Sauber and Ferrari20th July 2015, 12:02 at 12:02 pm #302073
Will never happen, but I’d like to see one off liveries on the Ferrari cars, with the entire car painted black with the sponsors in plain white, and a big #JB17 on every car.
Or, every car is numbered “17” for the Hungarian Grand Prix