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Uzair
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New guy :-)

Post by Uzair » 21 Aug 2007, 14:55

Hi, everybody! I'm Uzair from Pakistan and am share and discuss my passion, Formula 1. Apart from the racing spectacle I am keenly interested in the technical side of the sport. Who else here thinks they should have kept the 3 liter V10s and instead simply banned traction control?

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Re: New guy :-)

Post by iceman1 » 21 Aug 2007, 18:05

Hello Mate welcome Here !grin!

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Re: New guy :-)

Post by Bowsey » 21 Aug 2007, 18:09

Hi Uzair, Welcome to the forum mate, hope you enjoy it here
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Re: New guy :-)

Post by maltafan » 21 Aug 2007, 20:02

Hi Uzair.

Welcome to F1 zone, I hope you enjoy your stay here.

Re the v10's I agree that they were better than the V8's of today.

Do you remember the V12's. Now that's what I call music.
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Re: New guy :-)

Post by Uzair » 22 Aug 2007, 09:46

maltafan wrote:Hi Uzair.

Welcome to F1 zone, I hope you enjoy your stay here.

Re the v10's I agree that they were better than the V8's of today.

Do you remember the V12's. Now that's what I call music.


Thank you all for the kind welcome !grin! And no I was too young to watch F1 in the V12 era :p

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Re: New guy :-)

Post by JetEngineCom » 22 Aug 2007, 12:03

Hi everybody, i am new and F1 is the source of the most exhilarating moments of my life and the worst and most depressing ones as well - i love looking at the sport as a whole and generally i can't understand why FIA holds back technology - after all, that is the future and since it is here already, it means the days of the 100% manual driver are over - if you ask me, so long as the car is not remote controlled, bring on technology!!!!

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