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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:51 pm 
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Watching.

For me, 1993.

Kyalami(South Africa)
Adelaide (Australia)
Benos Aries (Argentina)
Estoril (Portugal)
Imola (San Marino)
Mangy Cours (France)
Donington Park (UK)
Indianapolis (USA)
Istabul (Turkey)
Sepang (Malaysia)
Okayama (Japan)
Fuji (Japan)
Valencia (Spain)
Jerez (Spain)
Korea (South Korea)
Buddh (India)


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:04 pm 
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Sorry for the question Sutton, but what do you mean when you say come and gone?

Because Imola for example was there way before 1993, it didn't come afterwards. Same with other tracks. Turkey and India would be fitting the description


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:22 pm 
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If the question is tracks that have gone since I started following F1, the list is gonna be a long one. Late 50s to today has seen a lot of tracks disappear from the schedule.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:31 pm 
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Siao7 wrote:
Sorry for the question Sutton, but what do you mean when you say come and gone?

Because Imola for example was there way before 1993, it didn't come afterwards. Same with other tracks. Turkey and India would be fitting the description


I think he means he’s seen Imola leave. His list seems to have more going that coming.

Sutton - You need to add Melbourne. If you’ve seen Adelaide go, you’ve seen Melbourne come


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:14 am 
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That's what I thought, just wanted to make it clear


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:22 am 
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Donnington
Melbourne
Turkey
Korea
Indianapolis
India
Sochi
Bahrain
Abu Dhabi
Austin
Interlagos
Sepang
China
Singapore
Valencia
Magny Cours
Mexico City x 2
Suzuka
Phoenix
Hungaroring
Jerez
TI circuit (Aida)
Buenos Aries
A-1 Ring
Silverstone


Goodbye:

Brands Hatch
Jacarepguae
Paul Ricard
Mexico City
Sepang
Donnington
Paul Ricard
Magny Cours
Hockenheim
Nurburgring
Turkey
Korea
Detroit
Phoenix
Indianapolis
Jerez
TI circuit (Aida)
Buenos Aries
Silverstone
Turkey
Kyalami
Osterreichring
Zandvoort
Adelaide
Valencia
Estoril
Imola


Theres probably more but that'll do.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 11:55 am 
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Hello:

Bahrain
China
Turkey
Fuji
Singapore
Valencia
Abu Dhabi
Korea
India
Austin
Russia
Mexico
Baku
Paul Ricard

Goodbye

Malaysia
San Marino
Nürburgring
Mangy-Cours
Indianapolis
Turkey
Fuji
Valencia
Korea
India


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:37 pm 
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Sutton wrote:
Watching.

For me, 1993.

Kyalami(South Africa)
Adelaide (Australia)
Benos Aries (Argentina)
Estoril (Portugal)
Imola (San Marino)
Mangy Cours (France)
Donington Park (UK)
Indianapolis (USA)
Istabul (Turkey)
Sepang (Malaysia)
Okayama (Japan)
Fuji (Japan)
Valencia (Spain)
Jerez (Spain)
Korea (South Korea)
Buddh (India)

I only started watching a couple of years later so this would be the same as mine aside from Adelaide, Kyalami and Okayama. A more interesting question though, is which ones do I really miss? Sepang is the only one of that list that I would really like to see return to the calendar. The only others I wouldn't mind seeing again are Korea and Istanbul, which both had good track layouts but massively lacked in character or atmosphere (and Istanbul, for all its plaudits as a race track never once threw up an interesting race apart from the one where Webber and Vettel ran into each other which could have happened anywhere). The others were either poor race tracks or are much too outdated now, or both.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2018 12:58 pm 
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Blake wrote:
If the question is tracks that have gone since I started following F1, the list is gonna be a long one. Late 50s to today has seen a lot of tracks disappear from the schedule.


Same here Blake. I Googled a list of Formula One tracks, and was completely overwhelmed by the number of tracks I recognize. But let's talk about one track that never should have been and is missed by few, Caesar's Palace Grand Prix Circuit in Las Vegas.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2018 1:53 pm 
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Long Beach
Imola
Hockenheim
Zeltweg
Brands Hatch
Jacarepagua
Zandvoort
Kyalami
Caesars Place
Zolder
Detroit
Paul Ricard
Dijon

And that just based on 1982. Actually, the only three races from 1982 standing by now are Monaco, Montreal and Monza.

Awful I think. Specially because most of the track from 1982 either don't exist, or are butchered to pieces with exception to Brands Hatch, and possibly Long Beach with Detroit.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:24 am 
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Blinky McSquinty wrote:
But let's talk about one track that never should have been and is missed by few, Caesar's Palace Grand Prix Circuit in Las Vegas.

:thumbup: :lol:

Wait, 'few'? Is it missed by anyone?

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