Thanks for the link.
I'm not sure if I'd be a fool not to go to a F1 race so close to where I live, or whether I'd be a fool to try to attend a NY F1 race (and deal with the mob scene) in its inaugural year.
Vettel and Coultard test drive the course slated for 2013. You have to enjoy Vettels comments.
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I'm excited about this... though I echo Phils sentiment. The closest parking spot I might get is in my driveway in Allentown.
So long as they have open eyes about the human logistics, it'll be a good event.
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Now the question is will the NYC and Austin GP swap every other year? I can't see ole' Bernice allowing two GPs in the US.
Getting to the track will likely be easier than it is at events without serious public transportation. The masses will be arriving at the race via PATH train, Ferry, and NJ Transit trains & buses. Although F1 has a major impact on some cities (Montreal for instance), it's likely that 70% of NYC will have no idea the race is even going on.
No date has been chosen yet right?
(too soon to start trying to pick a hotel?)
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