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Author Topic: Formula E Starts tomorrow  (Read 5400 times)

Offline Jericoke

Re: Formula E Starts tomorrow
« Reply #15 on: September 15, 2014, 03:55:08 PM »
Bland, basically unsafe street circuit. Who's brilliant idea was it to put a launch ramp aimed straight at the corner of a barrier?

With some changes (like ditching the Fan Boost) it might make a nice support race series.

The great irony is that the entire purpose of Formula E seems to be proving the practicality of electric cars. The fact that they have to use two complete cars to finish one race just proves how impractical they still are.

I thought the whole point of involving the FIA in any series was to ensure safety.  That was just terrible.

And agreed, swapping cars was an awful decision if the goal is prove that electric cars are capable lasting long enough to be useful.

I'd like to watch the race and see how the fan boost plays out.  I agree it seems like a stupid idea, but think how much more fun F1 would have been if viewers could have let Trulli speed up to bring the whole train back into the race.

 


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