F1 in the Rain

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3 Responses to F1 in the Rain

  1. Noel says:

    Holy Cow!

    Interesting how much time they actually spent off the road surface.
    very cool video. Would like to see more of that race.

    Any idea where it was?

  2. Noel says:

    Just watched this again. I gotta come back in here on one of my pet peeves.

    How come NASCAR runs away and hides when it rains? Surely the cars could be fitted with rain tires and wipers and run in the wet. But then that would require the drivers actually have real driving skill instead of just the ability to drive a sled in traffic while turning left.

    The all weather nature of F1 is why it’s called the World DRIVER’S Championship.

    Just my $0.02.

  3. Esteban says:

    Good fight between the BMW and the Ferrari, too bad the Ferrari took the lead (it is NOT ferrari & williams as it says on youtube). Think it is Kimi vs Kubica.

    Recently, Norberto Fontana (former argentine F1 racer) said that an F1 has as much grip on Rain as an TC (argentine Toursim competition, somewat a mix between DTM and Australia’s Super V8) under normal conditions.

    F1 races under rain conditions are the best; you can actually see some overtaking happening. I can’t wait for the day when the FIA changes the rules and reduced Aerodynamic aid on the car to allow more overtaking and aggressive driving.

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