I probably should’ve reworded that.Out of the 21 races on the F1 schedule 10 of them are already in Europe including Hockenheim..
This will end up like the (boring af) tracks in India and Korea imho
This looks like the worst track I’ve seen in my life.
I mean, it's not as bad as the proposed Miami circuit was... but also...
What would those actual race tracks be?It only did so because of weird stuff happening I don‘t know, I just don‘t like it and think there would be more actual race tracks to choose from that could create better racing
Fuji, Nürburgring, Magny-Cours, Portimao, Imola, Jerez or Sepang just to name a few.So aside from Turkey, what circuits are there that are “good”, and would produce equally good racing?
Here's a video of a lap of the track.
Fuji won’t happen because Honda owns Suzuka, and Toyota owns Fuji.Fuji, Nürburgring, Magny-Cours, Portimao, Imola, Jerez or Sepang just to name a few.
The problem with Tilke tracks are their hideous runoff-areas where a mistake isn‘t punished instantly.
I don't care what the organisers or government say, it's the Vietnamese Grand Prix or Grand Prix of Vietnam.
Insist on calling it the Grand Prix of Vietnam if you want but rewriting basic grammar for marketing purposes makes my skin crawl and organs fail.
It's a strange one - as I understand it Vietnamese is the Anglicisation of the adjective, in Vietnam (English) the country is called Viet Nam and something from there is also described as Viet Nam. We've got a few regulars around here from that neck of the woods... is that right or is my aged memory failing once again?
Well, it is the Grande Premio d'Italia and the Grosser Preis von Deutschland officially, it just gets Anglicised for the English Speaking market. I'm sure it gets changed on French speaking TV and Spanish speaking etc.Grand Prix Của Việt Nam (Google T) is fine... in their own language.
Otherwise we might as well have the Deutschland Grand Prix or the Italia Grand Prix.
Trivial things matter.