Shaky Constructs of Questionable Import and Dubious Utility.
What a shame. I missed the race yesterday, and I'm still trying to figure out what happened and who's to blame for the debacle: Michelin for failing to outfit the drivers with tires that were adaptive to the Indy track (how can that be?), FIA for failing to find a solution acceptable to all parties (should it have let Michelin exchange tires?), Ferrari for being the only team unwilling to agree to the chicane? There's enough blame to go around. But one thing is clear: it's a huge loss for the fans, for the teams and for F1. FIA had a marvelous opportunity to garner American interest in Formula One racing while on US soil, and instead it watched its chances go up in smoke, not unlike the exhaust from the 14 cars leaving the race. I reckon by now several new words are being subsituted for the acronym FIA , none of which are blog appropriate.How did Scott Speed do, spd? I didn't see any mention of him. Did he race in the practice runs on Friday and Saturday?
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