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- Jun 24, 2014
The virtual race was pretty bad compared to the NASCAR race. They only ran 14 laps and it had no current drivers aside from Lando Norris.Virtual F1 racing starts Sunday March 22 4pm est on F1 Youtube
BE THERE... be there !!!!
Formula 1 has announced the launch of a new F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix series, featuring a number of current F1 drivers. The series has been created to enable fans to continue watching Formula 1 races virtually, despite the ongoing coronavirus situation.www.formula1.com
They’d have to run everything still on the schedule and reschedule at least one to even hit the low end of that target. Seems ambitious to me.So 15-18 races from Summer on? No breaks I'm assuming?
That sounds unrealistic to me.
Didn't I hear rumblings of Hass maybe pulling out as well? F1 is in rough shape.Holy ****, Williams basically has gotten a loan of 50 million Euros (Around 60-61 million USD) and if the Williams family defaults on the loan the team will belong to Michael Latifi. So, everything that Williams was in control of with the factory, demo cars... **** everything is now in control by Latifi...
This **** is tragic, but honestly it can save the team in the end. I'm hoping Claire will come out on top of this one, but withering results and the team has purged money after falling down the order:
To think Williams is only worth 60 million USD. That is absolutely wild.
Austria in July seems possible.France and Belgium sound pretty close to being cancelled/postponed now, if they can’t be held behind closed doors.
The series has said they’d consider running into January to fit as many races in as possible but overall it’s looking pretty bleak right now.
Theoretically they could do two races each at Red Bull Ring, Silverstone, Shanghai and COTA and we have a world championship.Another one bites the dust. Rescheduling so many international events is going to be a nightmare.
The Hungarian Grand Prix will have to take place at a later date — if at all — this year due to clarification of government restrictions. The race at the Hungaroring was due to be held …racer.com
To me it sounds like Ferrari wanted to keep him but Sebastian decided it was time to leave. Here's to hoping Ricciardo gets the seat!Reading of this split between Vettel and Ferrari, which does not sound entirely amicable, is kind of heartbreaking. I was hoping he would bring home the major hardware with the Scuderia.
What this does leave is one last chance to do so!
Last year I think did him in.I read an article that said Ferrari's offer was a 1 year extension with a paycut.
I would've said no to that deal too.