astracrazy wrote:i can't see (any f1 driver being fit enough to last up to 4hrs in an f1 car
trouble would be the current regulations mean no filling up, imagen the long wheel base of a one of car for that race! lol
some sort of f1 tanker!
You can have them in the same car as it were, an opportunity for extra drivers maybe.
Think Ferrari A and Ferrari B racing. Sure the drivers won't have a perfect car, such is the added level of complexity of running 2 drivers in it. They could stop and re-fill, say, once. Change drivers and tyres say 4 times (These numbers are arbitrary).
The point is, if it could happen (and I believe it can) would you watch. The rules would be bent or exceptions made for this race alone.
WhiteBlue wrote:Historically there have been GPs of 400 km instead of the 300 kms we have now. I would appreciate more races, some longer races and a good spread of historical and commercial races with those which are at good venues like Spa and Suzuka. In my view the season should be 10,5 months with three weeks of summer break and more races in winter in the southern hemisphere. South Africa and Mexico (Baja) would be nice.
I'm not asking about multiple races, sure that'd be good. This idea isn't instead of extra races, it could be as well as.
I'm on about a "flag-ship" race. The race that everyone gets interested in, even those outside of the main following, like Bathurst and Indy.
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