Which old circuit would you like to have back?

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by kingjamie » 24 Mar 2008, 18:43

A1-Ring and Adelaide, as the old Hockemhiem will never return, Tilke distroyed that track the new one sucks.

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by phil1993 » 24 Mar 2008, 18:46

kingjamie wrote:A1-Ring and Adelaide, as the old Hockemhiem will never return, Tilke distroyed that track the new one sucks.


he did an ok job, he created two good overtaking opportunities, but yet the old one was so much better. It was nice because of the forest. i like circuits where the cars rush through the trees. there are few circuits like that left. Only reallly Monza. 5 years ago there was Hockenheim, A1-ring, imola, all the classic european venues slowly going :sad:

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by michealdoyle » 27 Mar 2008, 22:05

I would have both jerez and adelaide back on the calender. great racing there.

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by palmer » 29 Mar 2008, 22:01

For sure Adelaide!
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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by mikhailv » 31 Mar 2008, 15:39

kally wrote:IMOLA ::oops:; ::oops:; ::oops:; ::oops:; i already miss it ::oops:; ::oops:; ::oops:; even do it has so many painfull memories is a great race :$


I 100% agree. I love the track. So many fast corners and to be fair, a rather fun and simple track to observe too.

I also really enjoy the track on F1 06 on the PS2, its by far the best, easiest and fast track.

I also agree with the nordeschleif (sp?), or a shortened version of it.

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by kubox » 31 Mar 2008, 19:23

I'd like to see the race on Adelaide circuit or on the old version of Hockenheim. Unfortunatly the old version of Hockenheim has been demolited :(.

Oh, I forgot A1-Ring :roll::

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by koinek » 01 Apr 2008, 09:18

The nordschleiffe. Yes, it is dangerous but it is just so pretty. There would be no lapping at all. It would be a true test of driver power and endurance.

Also I liked the A1-Ring. It had some pretty nice curves. Also memories like the Hakk on MS overtake with Zonta make it a memorable place.

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by rsteel » 01 Apr 2008, 09:33

Brands Hatch, would love to see a modern GP car blitz down Paddock hill Bend!!!!!!

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by alper206 » 07 Apr 2008, 14:53

A1-ring. It is really fun to drive in PC games with that hairpin and fast slowing turns

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by phil1993 » 07 Apr 2008, 16:15

mikhailv wrote:
I also really enjoy the track on F1 06 on the PS2, its by far the best, easiest and fast track.



i have F106 on psp and imola is so awesomly fast, but you have to be sooooooooo accurate. personally hungaroring is my best circuit and monaco and bahrain.

(i hate catalunya on the game)

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by MP4/4#12 » 07 Apr 2008, 16:35

Brands Hatch, those ups and downs were amazing. I think Bernie wanted to do some improvements in there some time ago, just to bring the race back, and drop Silverstone wich i wouldn`t agree(tradition) but yeah, brands is a great circuit, just for ex. SBK races are always great to watch. Donington Park was great too, i just love those (classic ?!?)circuits that follow the natural hills of the terrain. This guy Herman Tilke could get some inspiration on these tracks.

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by phil1993 » 07 Apr 2008, 16:38

yeah, standing by the bridge after paddock hill bend is great. watched wtcc practice there last year, they get soooo close to the paddock hill bend gravel. but it would be too narrow and short lap times for F1

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by MP4/4#12 » 07 Apr 2008, 16:42

Is paddock hill the 1st corner ? I`m just jealous man, i`m from Portugal, although i live 2 or 3 miles from the Estoril cicuit i`ve seen and heard a lot of F1, but there are some circuits in europe i would love to see.

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by phil1993 » 07 Apr 2008, 16:44

yeah, paddock hill is the 1st corner. i live about an hours drive away, and have only been once. I was meant to be going a week ago but i couldn't. the british superbike round there got cancelled yesterday cos of snow. im not goin this year cos im saving to see f1 practive at silverstone

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Re: Which old circuit would you like to have back?

Post by MP4/4#12 » 07 Apr 2008, 16:48

Sorry for the off topic

SNOW ?!?! We my friend, are from different worlds, yesterday i took my son to the beach, what a glorious sunny day. :thumbsup:

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