Formula 1 has turned circuits “vanilla” – Bourdais
Bourdais, a multiple winner in American open-wheeler racing and former Toro Rosso driver in Formula 1, claimed that F1 has ruined many of the world’s circuits after winning the IndyCar race in Detroit last weekend.
“It’s challenging [racing] on concrete. Driving in the rain at Detroit, it’s tougher than any Formula 1 track, including the streets of Monaco,” Bourdais said to the Detroit … Keep reading
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