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    Analysis: How COTA used Taylor Swift to save the US GP

    With greenies on the left trying to kill us off, EPA included, marketeers try to save F1 in America with Taylor Swift! I think the last "Hail Mary" has been thrown.

  • #2
    You have to admit that her last name is appropriate for racing


    • #3
      I thought a Taylor Swift was a F2000 car out of Texas?


      • #4
        I agree it's doomed. Please bring all your race stuff to me.


        • #5
          Originally posted by KJSCV View Post
          I thought a Taylor Swift was a F2000 car out of Texas?
          At least it's not Kanye West
          If nothing happens and there is no one around why did it not happen?


          • #6
            Originally posted by Johnny_Se7en View Post
            At least it's not Kanye West
            I don't know about that, he might drop in and take the mic from her.
            Zhong (Evo IX) | Angry Panda Racing

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              • #8
                F1 isn't our sport, unless some of us are billionaires or groomed from wee children to be the best race car drivers the world has seen.

                I understand that it is indeed the pinnacle of the sport of motor racing, and that its ridiculous money has led to some fantastic progress in the world of automotive technology, but it's gotten so far out of hand that the average racer cannot find common ground with the cars and drivers.

                I'd rather watch FV at Willow than F1 at its most competitive track.
                Steve C.
                1992 Nissan 240SX
                Sub-2200lbs, stock with bolt-ons, Blackbird cage
                1998 BMW M3/4/5 Bostongrun/Modena 62k miles