Get Kimi Raikkonen back into F1. Chances are, something like this’ll happen:
Or maybe this:
That’ll draw in the crowds. Like it does in the WRC, apparently. Forget about any budget caps, though. Anyhow, looks like with Kimi around in his present state you won’t easily get bored. Except during the press conference, of course.
Must run this by the McLaren boys. They don’t believe in budget caps anyway. Plus, they might need a replacement for Button by end of season.
Team bosses in a tizzy, pundits crawling out of the woodwork, after Bahrain everybody and his mate have an opinion on how to make F1 races a bit more entertaining. But would you think they’d apply some thinking out of the box? Not a chance. I mean, coming up with a creative idea like shortcuts is enough to get yourself laughed off the premises these days.
Mark Webber tries smokescreen
Meanwhile the answer is right under our noses. Mark Webber experimented in Bahrain with a great new way to create more overtaking opportunities. Quite clever of the Red Bullies to figure out that smokescreens are not forbidden under current rules. And believe you me, there’s more where that came from. Continue reading