June 20th, 2005


For Puddle

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And the drama is, of course, just beginning. As this article points out, [t]he scene of this shameful debacle, dare F1 forget, was the most ligitous nation on the planet. This will be a pain that will linger.
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My Widdle Bwain

Single Tire Supplier?

I am missing something... How would a single tire supplier reduce tire costs in F1? I thought one of the side effects of increased competition is a reduction in costs? That is why monopolies are frowned on, as I recall.
I'm Okay

USGP: The American Fan

(To my non car friends, I apologize. Over the weekend a noteworthy happening occured in one part of the racing world. This being major and noteworthy, I want to discuss it with other interested friends. This journal is a central location to reach said friends. I try to be sensitive that some of my friends do not approve of my car hobby and try to keep most of the car stuff off of this journal. But at the end of the day, this is MY f***ing journal, and it is up to ME what I chose to post here. If you don't want to read the car posts, please be mature and just skip over the obviously car ones. And don't give me any &^%$ afterward about it. I've pretty much lost patience with being hassled about it at this point.)

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    Now, I'm annoyed.

USGP: Good! I Found Good!

Hmm... So, if one of the end results of the whole debacle is that F1 in the US is, for all useful intents and purposes, dead, then...

This means once they finish the contract, we aren't going to have any more F1 on CBS. Or in other words:

No more Derek Daly with the highlighter!

Gee, I've found my happy place.