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  • I don’t know about the rest of the F1 fans but I “do CARE” and I “do UNDERSTAND” this sport. Other than that, I catch your drift. Been watching/attending F1 a little longer than this article‘s author and have had to sit silent with a lot of the gimmicks that have been popped up over the years. Although, now that grandpa Bernie is out of the picture, let’s hope Liberty Media continues to reach out to its fan base for guidance, from time to time.

      2 years ago
  • Good letter, too bad F1 still has a loooooooooong way to go before going back to being an exciting sport to watch. Yesterday I tuned on the USGP and again it was a exercise in boredom. And pathetic is the effort to make it look like something was happening. At one point appears a header "battle for 2nd" and the cars were almost 4 seconds apart! There was NO battle going on. Funny that the author of the letter mentions how a sideways overtake would be awesome to watch: Piquet did that, over Senna in '86 Turkey GP. THAT was exciting to watch. Not these bland races of today.

    Link to the glorious overtake

    youtu.be/AgrWsd5QXF0

      2 years ago
  • That is very well written and it speaks the minds of all of us F1 fans from across the world. I hope changes are made in terms of the regulations and we get to enjoy F1 the way it should be - unabashed racing.

      2 years ago
  • @FIA, be wise and consistent. Show leadership instead of a rulebook. Don't destroy F1. Take the right decision: #FIARevokePenalty

      2 years ago
  • Mr. Bratches has no power over the rules. The FIA makes and enforces the rules. The fact the author doesn't know this proves he doesn't even know enough about F1 to justify his complaining.

      2 years ago
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