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16th March 2013, 0:29 at 12:29 am #228664
Red Bull have just released their app on android, it links with the red bull spy they use on Twitter and has general F1/Red Bull news too. And it’s free!28th July 2010, 7:55 at 7:55 am #142822
I’ve read Gerald Donaldson’s biography of James Hunt too, and I definitely agree – it’s a book that’s worth a read. It certainly opened my eyes to the James Hunt beyond the playboy image.19th July 2010, 12:41 at 12:41 pm #135122
MotoGP – Rossi, Stoner, Pedrosa. I’m not as addicted to it as I am to F1 yet, but I am starting to love it. Definitely want to go to a MotoGP race before Rossi retires.
GP2 – No real favourites, but I do like Bianchi.
WRC – Loeb. Only watch it occasionally.
One motorsport I’ve never been able to get into though is NASCAR.. it doesn’t do anything for me.7th July 2010, 10:09 at 10:09 am #142212
That is a lot of races! As much as I love F1 and want to see as many races as possible, I personally feel that 24 is too many.16th June 2010, 21:53 at 9:53 pm #136299
Just reserved my unit for Silverstone :) I’m having it delivered to my house before as well, and it’s costing £48.48 (the odd price due to exchange rate between Euros and GBP) Think the 50 euro price ends on Friday, so if you are thinking of getting one then get it before then.16th June 2010, 15:26 at 3:26 pm #136431
There’s some great quotes on here :)
Kimi used to come out with some classic quotes too:
Reporter: Kimi, whatís the 5th grid place like?
Kimi: Itís the 5th grid place.
After Monza 2008, when Kimi didn’t score.
Reporter: Are you satisfied with the result?
Kimi: Do you think I am?16th June 2010, 12:51 at 12:51 pm #136449
I’m pretty sure that after the pitlane time (when they leave the pitlane) it comes up with the time for the actual pitstop too.. or maybe I’m just imagining things?15th June 2010, 17:21 at 5:21 pm #136295
I’ve been looking into this too for Silverstone. It’s 50 euros for the weekend, but extra charges occur if the unit is lost, or returned late etc, so provided it is looked after then its just 50 euros.
Everyone I have spoke to who has been to a GP has said it was invaluable, and makes following the race 100 times easier. According to the website for 2010 you will be able to follow 4 onboard cameras at once, see lap comparisons, live timing, team radio, and of course follow the race as if you were watching on TV.
The only thing I’m slighlty worried about is that I will end up watching the Kangaroo TV more than I actually watch the cars, but I’m sure I can tear myself away from it :P15th June 2010, 17:08 at 5:08 pm #135155
I was a bit disappointed by Vettel’s helmet design this year, I like it, I just don’t like it as much as I did with some of his ’09 ones. Alguersuari’s is nice though, and I like the slickness of Jenson’s. And I love Vettel’s Monaco one that Steph posted earlier :)9th June 2010, 19:10 at 7:10 pm #134477
I’m a huge Vettel fan, as some of you may know. But I also support Hamilton too, and Alguersuari. There isn’t any driver on the grid that I hate though, I’m not a huge fan of Button, Trulli or Alonso. However, like Katy I think Alonso is one of the best drivers on the grid and he is starting to grow on me now he’s at Ferrari.
Favourite team would be Red Bull or McLaren. I’m a fan of both of them, so it’s hard for me to pick just one (may seem odd when they are both close competitors, but that’s just me I suppose, lol)9th June 2010, 12:31 at 12:31 pm #134247
Hello again everyone :)
I’m Rachel (also known as ‘vettelfan’ on here) Only 18 and still relatively new to F1. Started watching in late ’06, but didn’t become obsessive about it until mid-way through 2007. I’ll be attending my first GP this year, at Silverstone, and I actually can’t wait for it :D9th June 2010, 11:57 at 11:57 am #134182
So good to have the forum back.. now I’ve just got to remember how to change my picture, lol.