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  • Re: The Formula 1 Stuff Thread

    So no more grid-girls in 2018.



    I don't want to be that guy, but that is beyond lame. I get why they're doing this, but the reason why they're doing this, is also lame.
  • Re: The Formula 1 Stuff Thread

    MBKF1 said:
    I wasn't a fan of the new logo when it was first announced, but it's grown on me, and this video explains so well why the new logo will work.



    I'm still not a fan of the new typefaces, but still a good new logo.
    The fonts and stuff? Yeah, I hate those.

    He makes a good point of usefulness over aesthetics. Looking at it that way, I can see how and why they'd use this logo in particular. I still don't like the look of it, but I can see the use for it.
  • Re: The Formula 1 Stuff Thread

    Oh god no, anything but another year of Massa.

    Sirotkin is a pretty fast dude, I wouldn't underestimate him just because he brings money, he might be in the Sergio Perez-bracket of pay drivers.
  • Re: Lewis Hamilton - Why so many haters?

    AMS97KRR said:
    This obsession with skin colour is purely a modern invention and it's totally meaningless. Causes nothing but division in a society. 

    Support/promote/reward (etc.) people based on merit.

    It's clear we aren't ever going to agree on this one so let's not continue to drag this out. 



    Well, you're not exactly listening or being flexible with me here to be completely honest.
  • Re: Lewis Hamilton - Why so many haters?

    People follow relatively successful people in individual sports because they can relate to them. In part (and I'm assuming the OP is black here), following someone who has the same skin color as you is something that relies on basically the same concept, you can relate to them. In a way, if you're black and someone like Hamilton enters the sport and that interests you, the attraction can also be culture-based.

    I don't understand how you can follow where people are coming from with athletes from their own country, but you can't with people following athletes with the same skin color as them. It's literally based on the same kind of attraction, people gravitating towards their own.
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