What’s the point of driving old F1 cars if they are not up to the latest standards?
That’s exactly the question that I am going to tackle today, as part of a special feature that I have been meaning to do for some time.
For those of you who don’t know me, I am a huge F1 fan, having been an avid F1 racecar driver for over a decade and an occasional racecar journalist for a number of years.
In my opinion, the F1 series is in dire need of an update.
It’s not just the cars, the tyres, the aerodynamics, the reliability issues, and the lack of a driver-focused approach to the sport.
The cars, tyres and aerodynamics are all woefully behind the times, and are in fact quite old, and have become far more complicated than the cars that dominated the 1990s.
So what is the solution?
I would say that a complete overhaul is absolutely necessary.
While we will not see the first F1 car ever developed in the near future, we will soon be seeing cars with more modern technologies.
This will make F1 the world’s most popular sport, and that is a good thing.
It will make the sport look better, and will help bring the racing back to life.
There is no better way to get people involved in F1 than by providing them with the latest and greatest cars.
I hope that this article has shed some light on what you need to know about how to drive old matchboxes, and give you some ideas for how to do just that.
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