12-07-2011 04:39 PM
I can't manage it on expert either, the only thing that lets me down is manual gears, I just cant do them. Everything else is set to expert though
I think 2011 will be a little more difficult, i believe they have tweaked the AI to be more realistic + tyre wear will play much bigger part
@Tom how did you get on with the 2010 game?
12-07-2011 04:56 PM
27-07-2011 09:18 PM
28-07-2011 09:02 AM
29-07-2011 08:59 AM
Looks like F1 can now kiss goodbye to several thousand fans in the uk, giving the broadcast right to sky!
I think it's completely ridiculous and will ruin the sport! what on earth were they thinking?
29-07-2011 09:10 AM
29-07-2011 09:21 AM
29-07-2011 09:55 AM
I stopped watching when ITV had the rights because i thought their coverage was rubbish + the adverts every 15mins get really annoying!
I'm not a sky customer and would no way dream of paying £50 a month for the privillege of Sky's frankly terrible sports coverage.
TSD you got the nail on the head with this one
So pundits sat in a studio talking nonsense for an hour before, during and after the Race. Classic Sky Sports.
29-07-2011 09:57 PM
From what I've seen on a number of websites and forums the general consensus is that pretty much 99%, give or take a % are against this and a great many fans are threatening to turn their backs on the sport rather than watch half a season or pay extortionate amounts to watch it. I'm undecided at the moment as I already pay for Sky, though I will be reducing my subscription package as soon as the special offer I'm on ends.
Knowing that viewing figures will undoubtedly fall (I really can't see how moving it to a pay channel can increase viewing figures when it was already showing on the same equipment for free), I would like to know what the major sponsors, such as Vodafone, think about the thought of their viewing audience shrinking.
I just hope this doesn't become another sport that gets relegated to Sky sports 3 or 4 in the hope that people sign up to that to watch. If that happens it's doomed
01-08-2011 07:59 AM
01-08-2011 09:04 AM
01-08-2011 07:43 PM
Absolutely, that's what it should be like every week! None of this "Fernando is faster" rubbish or Red Bull's "hold position" bumf.
I really don't care who wins the championship now, for me, the real driver's championship is Button vs. Hamilton, and who'll come out on top.
Must agree with that, apart from last week with Lewis's battles with Alonso and Webber, Lewis and Jenson battling for position do make for an exciting race. Considering they've probably made some of the best racing and overtaking moves so far it's a shame they're not 2nd and 3rd, yet.