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Re: Number three for Michael (archive)

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Posted by Darren M on April 11, 2000 at 17:00:54:

In Reply to: Number three for Michael posted by Nicholas on April 11, 2000 at 00:03:01:

Yes, I follow it. It is pretty boring most of the time. In my opionion the early to mid eighties was a more exciting time for F1 racing. Too much technology and too safe now I think. How can the poorer teams compete with the teams that can afford the best technology.
I`m not saying it should be unsafe, but with the huge run-off areas there are these days, every driver can go for it knowing most of the time they will only touch the tyre barrier at worst. Before, the drivers with the biggest balls and the skill and confidence would be the ones taking the risks and therefore being fasterdrivers.

Schumi won three, but the Fin would be there if it wasn`t for McClarens crap reliability again this year!!!!!!!

Good going for BMW me thinks 8-). Very impressive and broke a record in there first race. First new engine manufacturer to get on the podium in their first race for many years! I bet even Renault wont do that when they return - and they have only been out of F1 for a few years. I have heard that Renault have still been developing engines though and testing privately.

: 3 wins in a row for Schumacher. At least this time McLaren finished. Anybody here follow the three-ring circus that is Formula 1?




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