strad wrote:And the track will be great! The food and music in Austin will just be a bonus..not to mention the wimmen.
Team suites look quiet a bit complex, and with all the wood construction (done one at a time) looks like it will be ready only in November.
hairy_scotsman wrote:WilliamsF1 wrote:HS
Can you get some close up pics of the track side drains that are being installed (ones that are stacked by the tarmac).
I'll see what we can do, but the "good" camera is down and all my photos lately have been of the cellphone variety. My new Evo LTE does a fantastic job as long as I don't zoom. Once I use the digital zoom, all bets are off.
strad wrote:Hey that works for me...Was it Japan where the grate came completely up and out.
Was it Montoya? Am I getting two events confused?
City Aviation Department staff is asking council today for $5.4 million to build a temporary customs facility to handle international charter flights arriving for Formula One. Staff say they've been told to expect about 200 international charter flight arrivals, including six to 10 jumbo jets and 10-30 other full-size commercial planes, even though Indianapolis, the last U.S. city to host F1, reported six to 11 total charter arrivals a year from 2001 to 2007, with "relatively few" direct international arrivals.
WilliamsF1 wrote:A comparison of the runoff area provided at COTA to Silverstone.
Wonder why new circuits are willing/made to pay so much more on these when they are not an absolutely necessity.
thearmofbarlow wrote:WilliamsF1 wrote:Wonder why new circuits are willing/made to pay so much more on these when they are not an absolutely necessity.
Especially considering that if you actually USE the runoff area you have to give up like nine positions or get nailed with a drive-through.
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