CookinFlat6 wrote:racechick wrote:Well here is a detailed and well reasoned account of the first E race from someone who was there. Someone who sees the issues but also sees the potential. A good read.
http://willthef1journo.wordpress.com/20 ... lic-bread/
Agreed Rc, a great read, I like this snippetI couldn’t have been more wrong. What I saw today in Beijing got me massively excited for the future of our sport. Was it perfect? No. But was it racing? Was it wheel to wheel, was it gutsy, did I jump out of my seat shouting at the TV? To every question, a resounding YES. It surprised me. And I’m so glad it did.
as a wise man once said, those unable to change or to see the potential for change are truly unintelligent useless consumers of expensive oxygen
Its not even rocket science to see the potential in this - lets look at the facts - fossil fuel burning transportation WILL disappear in the near future, the most viable alternative for mass transportation at the moment appears to be electric powered. For anyone who has enough brain power to understand elementary science - if fossil fuels are getting very hard to mine plus they cause irrepairable damage to the eco system at present usage levels then somethings gotta give
And that something wont be an Internal combustion engine that runs on plentiful and renewable oil or that has no spark plugs
You can't be so stupid can you. You never heard of bio fuel and you really don't know that diesel engines have no spark plugs