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Posted by Nicholas on April 11, 2000 at 22:34:41:

In Reply to: You make a good point, but posted by Nicholas on April 11, 2000 at 22:32:19:

F1 may not be the best but the drivers may be the best in the world, that is what draws my interest. My other .02

: I fully agree with you about F1. I too love all motorsport, but when a race has most of its passing take place in the pit it gets kind of old. Of course this isnt the only type of passing, as the race at Interlagos proved, but it does happen too much. I prefer the German touring car races, even though that isnt the best. At least it shows how bad German airfields are. Ever see the V8 Supercar in Australia?

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: : Let me open by saying that I love motorsports in all forms, and that F1 is at the top in technology. But I have to agree with Stevie, aside from the sheer spectacle of it, F1 is boring to watch. Which I am a big NASCAR fan. I know, I know, they can only turn left, the technology is old as dirt, I must be a hillbilly etc. But on any given race day there's over half the field that has a legitimate chance of winning. Witness this year, eight races, eight winners. Sadly I can't get Speedvision, so I miss out on all the touring car races. Otherwise I think that would be my pick since it seems to be NASCAR on road courses.




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