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Keeping the circuit Green

Discussion in 'Other Racing' started by Anthony_Ferrari, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. Anthony_Ferrari

    Anthony_Ferrari Formula 3

    Nov 3, 2003
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    Anthony Currie
    http://www.gp2005.com/news/controller.php?lang=en&theme=default&team_id=0&month=10&seasonid=2&nextMode=GpNewsForm&news_id=15383

    I thought this sounded interesting:
    I think cleaning the circuit is a good idea. I also think they still need to reduce aero and braking power. This would all encouraging overtaking and closer racing.
     
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  3. jknight

    jknight F1 Veteran

    Oct 30, 2004
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    That's about a dumb idea - it would require more equipment at every race (except for Spa as rain is a given) and someone to operate it which translates into more costs therefore most likely passed on to the ticket purchaser - tickets are high now. Next thing you know, will be F1 racing in a dome in artificial, climate controlled conditions.

    Carol
     
  4. bretm

    bretm F1 Rookie

    Feb 1, 2001
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    They could just limit aero, or get rid of wings all together; that would be too easy though I'm afraid...
     
  5. Remy Zero

    Remy Zero Two Time F1 World Champ

    Apr 26, 2005
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    crappy idea...don't like the sound of it...let the race just go on naturally...
     
  6. BMW.SauberF1Team

    BMW.SauberF1Team F1 World Champ

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    I think it's a good idea only if it makes every race as exciting as Suzuka this past season. Bring it on!
     
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  8. Gilles27

    Gilles27 F1 World Champ

    Mar 16, 2002
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    Oh my god. Well, why stop there? Why not flood the track before each race to ensure exciting, wet-weather racing! Wait...even better yet...FREEZE the surface! That should affect grip levels.
     

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