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Are artificial wet races a good idea to improve F1 excitement?

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Are artificial wet races a good idea to improve F1 excitement?

  1. Yes

    10 vote(s)
    20.4%
  2. No

    39 vote(s)
    79.6%
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  1. lagunacc

    lagunacc Karting

    Aug 24, 2013
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    Artificial
     
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  2. lagunacc

    lagunacc Karting

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  3. william

    william F1 World Champ

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  4. Mark(study)

    Mark(study) F1 Veteran
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    Wet races have been the most fun to watch, but an easier way to accomplish the same chaos is to line up on the grid in reverse winning order from the previous race. Or reverse order of points scored (award 1 point for finishing in 20th place and reformulate scoring scale so each car gets a score each race. Simple?
     
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  5. william

    william F1 World Champ

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    I would go for that, but the idea would probably be turned down.
     
  6. ypsilon

    ypsilon Formula 3

    May 4, 2008
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    Anything "artificial" makes it a no go.

    Aero and tyre changes are the more obvious choices.
     
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  7. 444sp

    444sp Formula Junior

    Dec 18, 2016
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    In my point of view, it would be interesting to have irrigators at 4 or 5 different points of the track and turn on only 1 of them randomly every 5 or 10 minutes, so that only small and different sectors of the track are wet at different moments.
     
  8. TurboFreak650

    TurboFreak650 Formula 3

    Jul 10, 2004
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    No, we need robot cars driven by teenage gamers. Goodbye $45 million salaries!


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