OK let me clarify how this line of reasoning got started and then I will gladly acquiesce if I mis understood the following quote. BTW I did state that much of the criticism is valid. Now I was responding to this:
by godlameroso » Wed Jun 13, 2012 6:34 am
It's amazing that we get an F1 quality track with a great layout, in basically our back yard, and somehow people don't think it's awesome or even remotely a good idea?!
Now If God' was not referring to members of this Forum than I am completely wrong and will happily admit it!
Because no sooner had I posted it someone put up a quote, who it was from I don't know, but it appears to back up my assertion. It may not be anti-American but it is snide and uninformed:
Q: When Formula One goes back the United States, does it have to adapt? The American fans are used to a closer interaction with their heroes
Now let me throw this out there. Let us say that a popular athlete that is acomplished in an American sport.Just for yuks and giggles let’s say Alberto Pujols. If he is a fan of F1 and he likes, just for yuks and giggles, Pastor Maldonado. Does that make Pastor his hero?