Thanks for the feedback folks, we did revisit the audio portion of the video and have balanced it for a smoother transition. Thanks again for your feedback and desire to make Rolling Speed the best it can be.

Testing is like a harbinger of hope in a dull, winter season. It is the siren song for weary and bleary Formula One fans to throw off the blankets and Vick’s Vaporub and to start dreaming of F1 again. While this magical event unfold each year, there are always difficulties in getting your head around the actual event because as most anyone will tell you, you can’t tell anything by testing. You can’t predict a car’s pace or how a season will unfold by following testing.

The only way you can watch testing is by attending the circuit and if you are committed, you may follow a journalist’s Tweets, which is very nice of them to do, but testing really could use a serious consideration on how this magical event can transform into something more meaningful to teams, drivers and fans.

Join Paul and me as we share just a few, simple thoughts on the concept of testing and what we think about the event that exposes the first signs of life in a new Formula One season.

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Adam Vella
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Adam Vella

Keep it up guy’s I’m loving it..

Latesh0w
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Latesh0w

Really great stuff. Keeps it coming.

Zzyzxx
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Zzyzxx

Todd, I think its time to splerge on a new Cardinal hat.

Husker
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Husker

I know this project still is a very early incarnation, so please take the following as constructive criticism. Overall, I found this 3rd Rolling Speed somewhat boring and quite a bit of quality drop from the past one. Now, this may be because of the presentation rather than the content itself, but the person editing these must level the audio from cut to cut. Paul’s audio was terrible throughout, which made Todd’s too loud all of the sudden…hope you get what I mean. Didn’t like camera positioning either. Paul driving from the right seat view is just not a good… Read more »

robfiction
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robfiction

crikey, one constructive critism at a time Husker.. what do you want for free?!

TexasPaul
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TexasPaul

Love it. One can never have too much info. Thanks for the effort and the behind the scene info and views of the raceway. Keep up the good work.

nofahz
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nofahz

Todd, its bad enough you’re driving around talking to a camera but at least keep 1 hand on the wheel at all times.
Think about your insurer watching this clip or an accident while filming + camera in your car = compromising evidence in court.