Monday, March 28, 2016

2017 Formula 1 calendar

typical Las Vegas marriage? no, illuminati with F1. Bernie said Las Vegas has a contract...
sure Monza can't compete with that money. We only have history and more GPs than anyone else.
welcome to the new fake world buying children and no future, apart from a few rich ones, that's what the illuminati plan to do, reducing the populatiiiiiion. It's like trying to compete with a milllionaire man for a woman interested in money only... (if there are any women not interested in money...)
F1 in 2017 is gonna change a lot, also big tyres and bigger cars and going back to the fantastic 80's. We would even go back to the old qualifying with 12 laps and also old points 10-6-4-3-2-1. Many years have passed and the fans still can't remember all the new points.
There should be a change also for the circuits, it's not possible to change everything but there should be something new and still the direction back to the old times. 26 races, fuck the diva drivers moaning and having months of holidays with all the millions they get.
out : China, Bahrain and Baku fake Europe Grand Prix, no Sochi but a street circuit in Moscow. 5 GPs in the United States, Ecclestone would want that (promised one in California and it's years Port Imperial is postponed).
Holland had 30 races there. Italy "non lascia, raddoppia", Imola is history and they can't erase Monza, it's the circuit with the biggest number of races.
The sport would be how the vast majority of living people have known it

Australia Australia Melbourne (19 March)
South Africa South Africa Kyalami (26 March)
Arizona United States Phoenix (9 April)
Russia Russia Moscow (16 April)
San Marino San Marino Imola (30 April)
Spain Spain Barcelona (14 May)
Monaco Monaco Montecarlo (28 May)
Canada Canada Montreal (11 June)
New Jersey United States New York (18 June)
Austria Austria Red Bull Ring (2 July)
Great Britain United Kingdom Silverstone (9 July)
Hungary Hungary Hungaroring (23 July) 
Germany Germany Nürburgring (30 July)
Netherlands Paesi Bassi Zandvoort (6 August)
Czech Republic Cecoslovacchia Brno (20 August)
Belgium Belgium Spa-Francorchamps (27 August) 
Italy Italy Monza (10 September) / Nevada United States Caesars Palace
Singapore Singapore Singapore (24 September)
Malaysia Malaysia Sepang (1 October)
Japan Japan Suzuka (8 October)
Texas United States Austin (22 October)
California United States Long Beach (29 October)
Mexico  Mexico Mexico City (5 November)
Brazil Brazil Interlagos (12 November)
Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Yas Marina (26 November)
Indiana  Indianapolis (3 December)
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