Monday, June 20

 
What a Complete Scam! Absolute Joke!
adrock2xander is 4 months 21 days without a cigarette.
Profitting BIG TIME through eBay: 193 days left.


Just when Formula One was beginnin to establish a foothold in the NASCAR-dominated American racin industry...the most shameful and ridiculous...and im gona hafta use an embarassin farce of an event had to
happen...

I'd even stayed up just to catch the race as it was promisin to be a very interestin competition...what with Toyota grabbin pole position in the qualifyin sessions...it's such a big-ass SHAME that multi-million dollar racin empires and governin bodies have to resort to this level of bureaucracy...ive been followin Formula One racin for bout 6 years now...and ive seen some very eyebrow-racin drivin politics and backstabbin...but the events that lead to the Indianapolis round of racin was simply unforgiveable...

Ive spent several hours in Formula One forums just to have a better understandin of why this is happenin...and it seems many are blamin tire manufacturers Michelin for the race sans 14 drivers...honestly i think it is entirely the fault of
Federation Internationale De L'Automobile (FIA) to not permit the last minute tire change...rules are rules...we all understand that...but sometimes leeway has to be given...if not for the better of the publicity of Formula One in America...but also for the 200,000 fans in Indianapolis who had turned up to watch some rubber-burnin...

Throughout the course of the race viewers at home were treated to some very un-PR like views and responses from irrate fans...the race was NOT motor-racin...the race was NOT a competition...i fully understand and sympathise with the fans for wantin a refund...several interviewees had come from hundreds of miles from all around America just to watch the race...a bloke even flew in from Panama with his family for a wonderful Grand Prix weekend...

It's not fair to the fans who had to put up with bemused looks from the racin directors and engineers in the pits...these fans...especially those who'd travelled a fair distance...deserved so much more...accomodations in hotels had to be arranged...the time spent travellin...all this is money spent...no one wants to spend money to watch 6 cars drivin around non-competitively for 73 laps...no one wants to watch 6 cars turnin out just to grab some points to up themselves in the overall Championship...and most definitely no amount of fuckin apology from the manufacturers and governin bodies would be enough for the sake of the future of a competition that's simply shootin itself in the head...

An agreement has to be reached in the wake of this weekend's race...somebody has to take the blame...there can only be this amount of finger-pointin...the competitive aspect will always be there...but if only for the sake of the show the boycott should not have taken place...

It's goin to be a very interestin 2 weeks leadin up to the race in France...very interestin...


Comments: Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]



Links to this post:

Create a Link



<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

Subscribe to Posts [Atom]