F1 qualification
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Will the (rumoured) new F1 qualification help?

Currently there are rumours in the paddock, or Liberty Media and the FIA already agreed, stating the F1 qualification session completely renewed. The knockout session as we know now in the Formula 1, were the five slowest will drop, will be replaced by an qualification race. Better said; A sprint race will be held on Saturday, which will determine the grid positions for the race on Sunday. So yes, you
Formula One
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The Formula one crisis continues in 2018

The 2018 Formula One season officially started today with Australian Grand Prix held on Albert Park. What can we say? The race was, as previous races in 2017, more a parade with less action on the track. Vettel won the race thanks to the Virtual Safety Car, Some say Hamilton had a Software problem, and Kimi was faster than Vettel and Hamilton, but finished 3th. For the rest it was
Aurora AFX Championship
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Why not revive the Aurora AFX Championship?

Today we see a lot of young talent showing excellent skills and drive excellent races however; they probably do not make it to the Formula One, since Formula One became some kind of Elite sport you can only drive in if you are backed by a lot of money or if you have connections. The result poor races with less action. Why don’t we bring the Aurora AFX Championship back
Grid Girls
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Grid Girls are part of Formula One!

Hello media, why did you publish the news that Grid Girls will be history soon. You said that the Grid Girls are from a long gone era, like Bernie Ecclestone. Why don’t you spread the word of the fans who like to keep them? There is no reason to have them banned from the grid. They are an addition for the sport. It is a political game isn’t it dear
Unraced Formula One Series
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The Unraced Formula One series

Last night I was with a friend of mine at the bar, having a couple of beers and celebrate 11 years of a good friendship. The number 11 is in my region the crazy number. However, we discussed the current status the Formula One is situated in, and we both agreed that Liberty Media is good in destroying the sport. If you think you improve the action on the track
UnracedF1 Community
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New Feature: UnracedF1 Community

Currently I am working on UnracedF1 to make it more open and accessible for everyone.  From the website it was, I am reforming it into an “open” community. The first steps for it have been made by creating a group on Facebook linked to the UnracedF1 page on Facebook. The group name is UnracedF1 community people can share their thoughts, info and idea’s here and have discussions. Previously I tried
UnracedF1
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UnracedF1, born out of a passion for the unknown!

Once upon a time, I came up with the idea to create a website, a website that is dedicated to Unraced Formula One projects. Better said the idea was and is to create the Ultimate database of failed F1 ventures over the last 60 years and further. Many of these attempts to appear on the grid are long forgotten and lost in the dark corner of Formula One’s history. While
Driver Changes
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The recent driver changes aren’t special at all!

I heard many people joking and complaining about the fact that Toro Rosso will have a fourth driver this season in their cars. After disappointing results from Daniil Kvyat, Pierre Gasly replaced him at Toro Rosso. Due the disappointing results of Jolyon Palmer he had to leave the Renault F1 Team, and Carlos Sainz took his seat. This meant an empty seat at Toro Rosso. Daniil Kvyat returned to the
Future
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Formula 1; what does the future hold?

Currently the Formula One is in one of its most difficult era’s since the first official Grand Prix held in 1950. The Hybrid Turbo era is a lost decade if you ask me. However, in a few years, the news rules will be implemented in the Formula One and we will probably see a complete new Formula One.  Won’t we? What do we really want for the future of Formula