I'd prefer mauve, fuchsia, citrus zest and wildflower, with earrings that match. This way we only have to keep an eye on their lobes. Dandy... and sexy.
You know: so people won't get confused. I'm a tad confused, btw.
Actually, I was so deranged that I had started to think that the whole compound affair was contrary to the idea of racing, but now I've seen the light.
So, I say, let's invest one billion euros to go one tenth faster, and then, let's make the race much more
entertaining by giving that tenth away, using un-optimized (is that a word?) compounds. Isn't that entertaining? I'm thrilled with the notion!!!!
admiration signs. One for each compound. Blink, blink: red, orange, green, blue. How cool and hot
at the same time. BTW, isn't that the definition of "tepid"?).
After all we already know that the compound idea has made the races so much more competitive! And the excitement! And the colours! And the wise commentaries by the commentators! And the arguments! Wow! In days of yore they did not have so much excitement! (I should make a note about the admiration signs, now that I think about it: they make my posts much more exciting! Note to myself:
it's not the content, it's the appearance of content what matters).
For example, if I write the words Pirelli Monopoly
with four colours, nobody will notice that there is no tyre development at all, but everybody will be dazzled and, besides, how pretty it is, don't you agree? This way we can make compounds suited to one particular driver and people will be so confused nobody will lift a finger!!!!Future F1 Tyres in 2026: this way people won't get confused into thinking that tyres should be the best they can... but they're pretty and they're unsuited to the car... by design. Could be trouble, but I doubt it.
This way FIA can charge the tyre manufacturer for providing tyres
to the circus ("Look, man, we're giving exposure to you with the colour idea, ain't we?") instead of the naive concept of the tyre manufacturer charging people for their tyres (as naive as... well, a black tyre).
Wait, wait, I have an idea
: what if they have to drive with one hand tied to their back for the first stint? Of course, the problem is that it won't appear in the on board camera. Perhaps if we put one camera in their buttocks or up their... well, you know. THAT would entertain me.
Besides, it gives me a great idea: the colours should be white, pink, red and purple, in loving memory of the colours of Max Mosley heinie when he
is getting some entertainement! After all, it was his idea
... and he's a colorful character.If Hamilton confuses red with green, what hopes have we, mere mortals? (thanks, marcush, for the catchy, original phrase)... and that's a zero stopper, feynman!
To me, this picture (or this thread? I already said it: I'm confused. Very, verily confused) is living proof that you can get an F1 license while being as colorblind as the audience.
Why do I have the feeling that I'm not making fan friends or boy friends here? And I'm spicy, I swear.