I very much disagree, I absolutely love street circuits. Driving monstrous racing cars on normal streets, weaving around buildings inches away from the walls is my favorite part of IndyCar racing.
I raced at Road Atlanta in the Pro Mazda a while ago. Turn 3 was done on blind faith. You sit so low in the car that coming over the crest of turn 2 into 3, you never see the ground. Just the tops of the trees all the way until you get to the exit of 3. To make it even worse, if you straddled the apex curb just right,… Read more
Maybe they’re a fan of my racing team?
Makes sense to me. Use the small sattelite rounadbouts to get to the center roundabout and again to leave it.
I leave the city for a few months to build a race car and I miss all the fun stuff. :(
The 4C would make a slick little GT4 car.
It’s called bandy, popular in Scandinavian countries.
It’s much better to buy a $20,000 race car and go race it than to buy a $50,000 sports car that you have to keep within a reasonable shout of the speed limit all the time.
Not motor racing but just as Austrian, a Mexican ski racer wore this while competing in the Olympics:
In nearly every car the esses are flat-out, you’d never expect a car to check up like that. It might be the M3's, because that’s a very bad place to try and pass. However, the Miata is way wide of the apex at the bottom of the hill and is slower than it normally would be for some reason. Perhaps it saw the M3 bearing… Read more
Growing up watching F1 with my Italian dad, and having this event in my backyard:
I somehow doubt a Sultan of Abu Dhabi is too concerned with losing a measly $1,000,000.
I don’t have any reliable sources, but I’ve heard stories of Juan Montoya paying for his F3000 rides with suitcases full of cash.