Leaving conspiracy theories aside, one could consider both teams ranking last year, and their realistic chances this year. We cannot eliminate possibility of miracles happening in F1, but I say, what a jump that would be.Its all well saying that but given Ferrari's launch yesterday where they acknowledged they are hoping to deliver then seriously no one honestly believes either Alfa or Haas will be expected to challenge the No 1 team this season
3 names are who they are (not sure why RBR is not in that group), but who is a regulator of F1? Not Ferrari. Not Mercedes. Not Renault.I guess they should rename F1 the RenaultMercFerrari series.
The RMF series really has some serious challenges. From budget issues to declining viewership, and teams with history playing lackey to the big 3
I do not hold any deep rooted convictions. I can only offer a few ideas of undetermined value; just personal opinions about influences I would investigate, had I write in-depth analysis.
Sorry for giving you that impression, but no.So you're saying there is nothing wrong with the sport? Just the younger generation need to mature a bit to enjoy it for what it is?
Never thought of it like that.
That bit about the average viewership being 20 older than it was is really interesting. If I'm to guess, F1 has'nt lost some of it's charm and sentimentality even during these trying times. It STILL remains the pinnacle of motor racing, even in a haphardous way. A lot of credit should still be attributed to Ecclestone, although he lost the plot the latter years.
Million-dollar q!Brad, how do you reconcile differences between have and have not in F1 without anyone leaving in disgust? (Tier 1 vs Tier 2?)
Last news of course we got from FiA - there weren't any new teams knocking on the gate, let me in.