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Forumla 1: An American’s Perspective

Racing is part of the American heritage, just look in an American history book and you will see the influence bootleggers and rum runners had on the overthrow of the temperance movement. This in turn led to the creation of stock car racing. Or there is the era of American muscle, which by all accounts isn’t dead, and is nowadays deeply rooted into the American idea of auto racing. Yet the fastest, most aggressive, and in many cases, most interesting racing doesn’t happen on our shores, or even with our automakers. Formula 1 is all but ignored in the United States. It might get a brief segment on the Speed Channel, but the average American car nut couldn’t care less about F1. For arguments sake, I need to point out a c...

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