Zenolas wrote:Rather funny how everybodies worst races all happened in a band of a few years. Shows the take over of electronics, and hopefully now we're moving on again.
Couldn't agree more!
I found the majority of the races from 2001-2002 and 2004 very boring. There are exceptions obviously. I'm also going to defend Indianapolis'05. It was great to see the rear end battles for once, plus I thought it was a good fight between the Ferrari's. Not to mention the outraged fans understandable reaction to such a farce. It was a unique race in many respects. However, I personally find Indianapolis a very boring circuit and have fallen asleep during most of the races held there, except Murray Walker's last outing in 2001, that was a great race. Although 2005 ended the Ferrari dominance, I hated how the aero regulations had made it so difficult for cars to overtake that year. I think Raikkonen was the only driver to really manage this that year after several engine penalties and forced him to start near the back of the grid. It was painful watching the cars attempt to follow another car and getting the same effect of putting two positive ends of two batteries together. I really hope the new regulations allow for much easier overtaking, and less of this boring processional racing that we've grown more used to in the last 7/8 years.
On a more recent note, I'd like to nominate Malaysia'08 as worst Grand Prix of the season so far, it bored the arse out of me!