Join Grace and me as we discuss the Formula 1 news of the week. We chat about Alpha Tauri, Alfa Romeo, bad sweaters, grown ups, Wind Tunnels gone wild and much more.
"You can't take F1 to America, you have to take America to F1."
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Have there ever been instances where F1 tracks were integrated as part of regularly planned infrastructure? Not like the Olympic park in Russia, but like “Oh, we need to build a highway here” Then Mr Money says, ” We want to build a racing track, but want to save money. How about we combine our efforts”. I’m sure that’s exactly how that conversation would go.
Well I’ve been very disappointed with the car launches so far, personally I was hoping that McLaren and Alfa Romeo would launch with identical Marlboro livery as they did in the early 80’s, to really piss off the whining millennials that complain about the McLaren being the wrong shade of papaya.
Well, there you go. Another thing for millennials to be upset about. I’m waiting for them to get upset about DRS and then maybe it will go away or be canceled. ;)