mzso wrote: ↑
Sat Nov 02, 2019 1:21 pm
foxmulder_ms wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 01, 2019 3:20 pm
??? Seriously.. Mika and Schumy years? dude the racing was all about strategy back then. We watched different races
I love current cars. The racing is really close nowadays I don't get the complains at all. Many here will be disappointed with 2021 :]
The Häkkinen Schumacher years were awesome, with plenty of on track action...
I don't know what brutal stuff you are sniffing if you think racing today is close, when they're following each other with 3-4 second gaps at least.
On track action? Hungary 98 for example had on track action?? Watching Schumacher do 50 quali laps and pass the Mclarens through the pits! I mean from a strategy point of view yes it was epic...but no on track action!
And i've watched many races from that era recently...Nurburgring 1997 comes to my mind now...Schumacher right under the gearbox of the Williams in front at the last corner lap after lap, never able to pass into Turn 1...what on earth?? Then people ask why do we need DRS! Just boring...
The greatest race of the Schumacher era (2000-2004) has to be the 2003 British GP...plenty of overtakes in that race!
I don't know why people keep on saying that this year races are boring! Racing this year has been stunning with great overtakes...ok Paul Ricard was an all time low but Silverstone, Austria, Germany, Hungary are some examples of great racing this year!