F1 2022

the car park is looking good... not convinced this track will be up to much mind.

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is this really where liberty want to take the direction of F1?
Liberty will be looking to maximise their revenue.

They'll surely be aiming for 30+ races in a few years.

For that to happen they need tracks and there'll be some stinkers included just to make the numbers
 


Big Jeff

Winger
The inquiry - led by FIA secretary general for motorsport Peter Bayer, who was recently appointed the executive director of single-seaters - will have two key stages.

On January 19, the FIA's sporting advisory committee - essentially, the sporting directors of all the F1 teams as well as FIA representatives - will meet to discuss the use of the safety car.

In the days after that, there will be a "shared discussion with all F1 drivers".

An FIA statement added: "The outcome of the detailed analysis will be presented to the F1 Commission in February, and final decisions will be announced at the World Motor Sport Council in Bahrain on 18 March."

In addition, new FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has asked Bayer "for proposals to review and optimise the organisation of the FIA F1 structure for the 2022 season".

On the face of it, the timeline seems to put Hamilton in a difficult position, because he will need to make a decision on his future before the first pre-season test, which is on 23-25 February.

In reality, though, the FIA's intentions will become clear long before the planned date of the official announcement on 18 March, the first day of track action at the season-opening race in Bahrain.
 

errant

Striker
An FIA statement added: "The outcome of the detailed analysis will be presented to the F1 Commission in February, and final decisions will be announced at the World Motor Sport Council in Bahrain on 18 March."
Predictable… in fact, it was predicted here!
 
Or
E ) restart from behind the safety car without any unlapping.

They need a rule set in place so everyone knows where they are.
They do and it to be used in all future races regardless of situation and stuck to the one rule. Fwiw I’ve always said and maintained let them go at the delta before the safety car came out
Or F let all cars unlap, probably wouldn’t have changed result but at least 3rd could challenge for 2nd, and so on.
It would have as they wouldn’t unlap before the last lap
 

0verlord44

Midfield
Nailed it.
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Is it just me, or does look dog shit?

yet another gimmick to keep the kids (yanks) entertained.

This was the sport of Ayrton Senna, Schumacher, Clarke, Both Hills, Fangio, Prost and Lauda. Hunt and Pique

But look, shiny wheels. oh look a picture of the driver in the timing screen, Oh look graphics on the halo its all so cool...

And now we have a new champion because we ''needed'' a new one. Doesn't matter that he was awarded it by the sport, and not earned on the track.

its all superficial rubbish, if the racing is still manufactured shite.
 
yet another gimmick to keep the kids (yanks) entertained.

This was the sport of Ayrton Senna, Schumacher, Clarke, Both Hills, Fangio, Prost and Lauda. Hunt and Pique

But look, shiny wheels. oh look a picture of the driver in the timing screen, Oh look graphics on the halo its all so cool...

And now we have a new champion because we ''needed'' a new one. Doesn't matter that he was awarded it by the sport, and not earned on the track.

its all superficial rubbish, if the racing is still manufactured shite.
Gonzo analysis in the style of Hunter S Thompson.

I like it
 

errant

Striker
Aston Martin have appointed former head of BMW Motorsport Mike Krack as their new team principal... and have also announced their car launch for the 10th Feb.
 

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