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    Whatever works I guess.
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    agree with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    And it shall be called... F-Zero. And the cars will all hover and fly through courses many many kilometres long at speeds in excess of 1000 km/h and some ill 80s style electronic rock will play and it will be bangin'.
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    Just end it. There are only four cars with a realistic chance of winning anyway -- the Ferraris and McLarens -- and that will not change with these rules. This is little more than a Euro IRL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat77 View Post
    Just end it. There are only four cars with a realistic chance of winning anyway -- the Ferraris and McLarens -- and that will not change with these rules. This is little more than a Euro IRL.
    BMW, Torro Rosso and Renault won this season and Renault have been given the go ahead to modify their engine to catch up. The new aero rules and the KERS situation may also have an effect on your status quo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen View Post
    BMW, Torro Rosso and Renault won this season and Renault have been given the go ahead to modify their engine to catch up. The new aero rules and the KERS situation may also have an effect on your status quo.
    and we should also consider the (remote) possibility that Toyota will learn how to spend its money correctly.
    and perhaps even Force India could appear in higher spots next year
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