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Thread: Possible New F-1 Track

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    Possible New F-1 Track

    Well if they do built it this way those straights would see some high speed and with that U turn at the end I wonder how many will stack up.

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    Sorry, I'm not a real big fan of street races.

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    Looks like mostly drag race oriented.
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    I agree James. It's hard to tell, but by the looks of it there would not be much passing.

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    Looks dangerous if you ask me. What if going flat out over the water, one car touch's the wheel of another, and is catapulted into the water? The odds off survival would drop considerably.
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