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|23rd June 2005, 13:52||#16|
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If each country designed their own engines and cars it would have been even more interesting ...
|27th June 2005, 06:36||#17|
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leave A1 GP THE WAY IT IS
I slightly disagree with you, If each country designed their own engines and cars it would have been even more interesting ...but then it would be like Formula 1 , i am sure some of the richer countries would find a loop hole or secretly develop the engine to suit their needs and have an unfair advantage (Well i only speak for myself , but from personal experience i feels its better if every one has a level playing field )
I know its wrong on my part to compare Saloon car racing in india with A1 gp , BUT THE GUYS DOWN SOUTH HAD SO MUCH OF AN ADVANTAGE , that initially it was so difficult for us guys from North India to even come 5th on the starting Grid , let alone the podium , but then as you you know Cheetah Bhi peeta Hai , i got my car tuned with the same tuner who used to tune the podium cars , and beleave you me , i noticed the difference and graduated UP on the Starting grid ...(IF YOU CANT BEET THEM , JOIN THEM AND THEN BEET THEM .... LOL ) .
So the current format where only the best Man and in this case the Best Driver will WIN . I am totally for it ,
and also we will not have same the FORMULA 1 "FIA sco " :WTF: like the one at the INDY GP if all are on the same level .....
sorry boss , lets hope the F1 guys and teams owners and bosses learn from their mistakes and wise up their act ...
last but not the least .....
MERA BHARAT MAHAN .... LETS HOPE WE SEE AN INDIAN ON THE PODIUM FROM THE VERY FIRST RACE ONWARDS ....
Cheetah Out ...
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