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Old 5 Apr 2018, 18:34 (Ref:3813042)   #46
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It's a good event and I watch it every year, but that doesn't automatically mean I should blindly love and/or accept as face value every aspect of it. Just I don't like every aspect of Le Mans either (LMGTE, track sanitation, cowarding out of wet weather, spec rules etc) even though it's my favorite race in the world bar none and missing it would be a catastrophe. The "don't like it, don't watch it" argument is old and tired, as if watching & accepting and not watching & not accepting are the only two options imaginable
Pining on about the minutiae of every form of motor racing is old and tiring, too, don't you think?
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