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How do you get through the off season?
Watching old races 38%  38%  [ 18 ]
Watching A1GP 4%  4%  [ 2 ]
Playing F1 games 25%  25%  [ 12 ]
Biting my fingernails until March 25%  25%  [ 12 ]
t's nice to have a bit of a rest from F1 8%  8%  [ 4 ]
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PostPosted: 08 Jan 2007, 20:32  
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Wow I see I'm the only one who voted for watching the A1 :D

Oh well I think that one is the most importand things I do of the options mentioned above. I just got kinda entousiastic after seeing the A1 in Zandvoort last year, that was just great. It sure isn't F1 yet, but it is nice.
I am counting down till march, but not biting my nails (I'm too fond of my nails to do that, they're rather long and I use them often, so would be a shame to bite on them :P )

As for the other stuff, well I don't own a F1 DVD so I do watch some of the old F1 online and stuff but not too much. I dreadfull suck at racing games, so I don't play them. (aside from Batraces, which is fun to play, not that I'm being verry good there)

But it also helps to just hang around here at the forum, and the other forum. And going to the winter endurance race yesterday was also great. Sure boosted my morale a bit , was great walking in the pitlane and watching the pitstops and stuff. Just being at a race. But it also made me realize even more that I miss the F1. And I surely don't like the wait at all....*sigh* still over 2 months to go.
But we at least have some testing, A1 racing and team presetations to look forward to, so I can't really be gloomy untill March.

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[quote="maltafan"]Today I was reading an article about the death of some F1 drivers. Pity it was in maltese language, as I would have shared it with you people here.[/quote]

oh bugger lol

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just playing Batracer lol and watching some F1 videos really awsome onboard!!
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nelmesy16 wrote:
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Today I was reading an article about the death of some F1 drivers. Pity it was in maltese language, as I would have shared it with you people here.


oh bugger lol


why would u want to share an articale about the deaths of f1 drivers?
i know it might be an interesting thing about it like ways of how the car was before but it is still not nice to share info on dead f1 drivers
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formulaonemadman wrote:
nelmesy16 wrote:
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Today I was reading an article about the death of some F1 drivers. Pity it was in maltese language, as I would have shared it with you people here.


oh bugger lol


why would u want to share an articale about the deaths of f1 drivers?
i know it might be an interesting thing about it like ways of how the car was before but it is still not nice to share info on dead f1 drivers


Actually it is about them and their career not the accident. It includes Graham Hill, Bandini, Rindt and other great drivers. It is nice to learn how great these drivers are , I think

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yea i think the same as u to maltafan like all those drivers where driving when i wasnt even born and most of them died before i was born to so it would of been cool if i got to now about them!

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This is the best site I find about information about drivers. It has a lot of information and statistics

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thanku for that multafan! :D

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I always get the F1 dvd that keeps me busy, and F1 mags every month. The rest of the time i spend giving out why does the off season have to be so long :D

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and this year, it is longer, with the Australian race being on 18th March, rather on the first weekend of March

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ill tell u something imbetween albert park and me.... my birthday is 5th of march which is usually the same day as the albert park F1 weekend!im australian and the albert park is an australian track to and i was born in 1994 when they held the first ever Albert park race! so im very relaited to albert park by my birthday, when i was born and the track is australian and so am i. :D :D

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julie wrote:
I always get the F1 dvd that keeps me busy, and F1 mags every month. The rest of the time i spend giving out why does the off season have to be so long :D


i don't like the f1 mags as they have to many adverts on so i rarely buy autosport for f1 and btcc -i got 2 last yearn and will probally buy lots nmore when f1 is back on
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i like the f1 mags to. even tho i have read most of them i still read them lol :D

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Bump :p For 2008 off-season ,

How do you get through the off season?
still playing batracer (F1 2007 - F1 2002...) & studying :tired:
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The F1 racing mag takes me about 3 days to read when I combine it with real life! However, I watch NHL hockey and I have a lot of schoolwork to do!

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