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Subject: Re: GP d'Australie 2010 Mon 29 Mar 2010 - 11:24
Timo Vermeersch wrote:
I remember watching some races in the early 80's on the parking lot of a casino ... not particularly thrilling neither. And then again, the term "mickey mouse-track" has been invented no later than 1967 ... A mixture of dull and thrilling races is something of all times ... The problem in F1 was that the last years there were almost no thrilling races left. I think that the fact that they have to manage an entire fuel load now may change that.
In 67, it was ONE track that was a problem, and it didn't take a lot of time to replace it with a true track. Now, it's been 10 years that two men (Ecclestone and Tilke) are destroying every track F1 is going to, or building dull tracks in some random middle east country.