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Old 28 Aug 2002, 10:24 (Ref:367258)   #1
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Question about question...

Should FIA Formula 3000 International Championship be a mandatory step to get to F1? My answer is: IS THERE ANY PARTICOLAR REASON?
IT'S ONLY A POLITIC QUESTION, KEEP EVERYBODY FREE TO WORK WITHOUT
ANY POLITIC CHOICE. RAIKKONEN, BUTTON, DAVIDOSON, SCHUMACHER,
HAKKINEN..... DID NOT DRIVE ANY F.3000!!!!!
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Old 1 Sep 2002, 01:42 (Ref:370222)   #2
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I agree with you... F3000 is not seeming "The Step To Get To F1".

Have F3000 drivers a chance to get to F1? It would be better to them to go CART, IRL, NASCAR or other category...

Where will go Enge, Bourdais, SperaficoS, Pizzonia, Pantano next year? Stay in F3000...
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Old 1 Sep 2002, 11:44 (Ref:370378)   #3
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NME should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Motor Racing is not a meritocracy. This is the MOST expensive sport there is. Considering that the most important power around is not manpower or horsepower but money power you will always find it hard to understand how can such good drivers may face "unemployment" !!!
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Old 1 Sep 2002, 19:01 (Ref:370659)   #4
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Morcilman should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
for me is very clear, there sould not be ANY restrictions to allowd drivers to F-1. It should be up to F-1 teams to risk and decide. Great talent went from strange places (Shummy from group C, Raikkonen Formula Renault, Mc Nish GT)
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Old 1 Sep 2002, 19:49 (Ref:370683)   #5
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Daisy should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
The most talents are coming now from F3 and F3000 is losing more teams every year (Red Bull, and maybe Super Nova). I don't think F3000 will excist very long anymore, maybe 2-3 years, but the future doesn't look good. Bernie E has to change something quickly.
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Old 1 Sep 2002, 22:23 (Ref:370820)   #6
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F 3000 is to conrolled by regulations, the teams need to be allowed try different components and suppiers, it would increase competition. Its pointless to take drivers from F3000 that have had limited development testing and thrust them into the most competative formula there is.
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