Full Throttle F1 wrote:I was looking on the internet and I found this interesting 'team' site: http://force1usa.com/
I think this person 'Don Pentecost' is a bit mad.
What are your thoughts?
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beelsebob wrote:I can win the championship is code for "Invest in me", and nothing more. If he didn't say that, who would think it was worth investing?
The last thing in the world that the political “powers” want is an actual SOLUTION for clean energy and a clean environment. I have the SOLUTION (singular), not a so-called “green economy” that is based on so-called “solutions” (plural).
As stated previously, I lead the list of people who know that my vision for an American-based F1 team (that is capable of winning), is an almost “impossible” assignment. Actually through my own efforts it is (financially) impossible, but with God all things are possible.
There are too many F1 fans in the UK who are violently opposed to any effort to start a United States Formula 1 team. Rather than being “threatened” by the idea, they should be encouraging the effort, and the additional competition.being added to F1.
Top Fuel Drag Boats…NO….Won’t accept any offer to drive. I had a bad premonition about this motorsport.
...Everything from incredibly naive F1 fans that think that F1 drivers are hard working,
I think the thing that is drawing so many negative comments from the United Kingdom, (and positive feedback from from American F1 supporters), is the fact that if I start an F1 team, and especially if I end up racing Formula 1 (with my projected success), that it will crush the “mystique” surrounding Formula 1 racing. This, along with the fact that people are very jealous and envious…that’s the bottom line. No one wants to see anyone else succeed if it is not going to benefit them in some way. Sad, but true.
There is NO WAY any F1 driver is as overall physically, or mentally tough as I am. That is not bragging, it is just fact.
The so-called liabilities concerning racing an F1 car, and creating an American F1 team that is capable of winning, are actually all assets…if you have insight and know how to look at the situation with the right perspective…All 5 non-typical F1 driver characteristics will draw a tremendous amount of attention to the F1 team ( I am not looking to draw any attention to myself). Isn’t a sponsor most concerned with drawing attention to their brand ? My “non typical F1 driver assets are; My Age (currently 56), My lack of F1 driver “seat time“. …….My lack of money (which is the only factor that does not allow for seat time). I am definitely not a member of the elitist jet set. If you grew up the way that I did, (compared to F1 drivers), it’s called building character. There is NO WAY any F1 driver is as overall physically, or mentally tough as I am. That is not bragging, it is just fact. My Physical Size. I am definitely not the typical size of a jockey…oops, I mean F1 driver. I Completely “ripped” nothing but muscle and bone, I would still be 185-190 Lbs…and number 5 is the fact that I am an American, The problem isn’t the logistics of being in the United States, it is funding. Just like the movie, “if you build it they will come” , and building it takes immediate funding and long term financial commitment. The best way to build an American F1 fan base is to have a working-class F1 driver who has worked at real jobs their entire life (just like them), and is now in the big leagues. You don’t build a good fan base by having an F1 “cookie cutter” driver who was born with a silver spoon in their mouth, and has been given everything in life, never had to work just to live, and has no idea what a real job is. I can’t put them down for it, it’s just the fact about F1 drivers.
Without my motivation, vision, experience, and as future F1 driver, you only have the name
I believe that it is possible that the USF1 team was allowed into Formula 1 because the Formula 1 organization knew that they would fail…and fail they did…who in their right mind would even entertain the thought of having either Danica Patrick or Scott Speed as their primary F1 driver ??? Both Scott Speed and Danica Patrick have had everything handed to them on a silver platter in the motorsports world, and they still can’t do crap.
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