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Re: F1 is suck!
Posted by: AlanJones
Date: 10/06/2018 21:14
I do not agree. Because face it, if we all start to complain after two races that barely score an average, what's the use of it? We have had some brilliant first couple of races this season. It is bound to go wrong at some point where it will get dull. And trust me, the upcoming race won't be any better. Without crashes, safety cars or failing cars, I can't see Paul Ricard producing a good race. Montreal isn't a great track to begin with. But it is exciting at times due to safety cars, weather or other stuff happening on track. But the circuit itself doesn't produce good racing in general.
So start to complain now is like being a supporter of any American sport. Expecting no draws, many goals and artificial excitement all the time is not what this sport needs. The sport of Formula One, at first, need to get to be a sport again. To applaud out of the box thinking. To applaud ingenuity. Not to restrain this. Also the influence of money should be limited. Because in any sport you can see that money buys it all. It's Real Madrid winning the Champions League, Golden State owning LeBron and his team or Mercedes and Ferrari buying the championship, it is all down to money. Horner complaining that it will cost thousands of jobs. Yes indeed, jobs created by yourself by overspending. So don't bring it down by playing the sad note. It was your fault to begin with to start overspending that much. A level playing field by finances is going to save Formula One. Not having artificial stuff like shortening races, throwing a more efficient DRS in the game or freezing up development on engines. If you want to do it right, teams should only get their money from the FIA or Liberty. Any other money spend is illegal. Sponsor money on cars should flow into the account of the FIA or Liberty and they will divide the money. And maybe even have a draft system for drivers like the NBA or NFL has. Down the drain with any young driver development shizzle. But that all is too much to ask. It is all down to politics and money.

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