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Is there anywhere on the fandom that tracks component usage per car/driver?
And the race of Cuba Grand Prix
I've been working on Project Drivers for a while now. The ultimate goal of the project is to add every single driver to the wiki. Considering there have been well over 1000 drivers in Formula One's history, this was certainly no small task.
According to my calculations, there are now only 91 drivers that still need a page on the wiki. These are all drivers that raced a single Grand Prix.
Of course, most drivers have quite small wiki pages that contain just an infobox, brief intro and career stats, but it's certainly better than nothing.
If you feel like helping out, there's a list of all drivers on the project page. Feel free to add any driver that is in need of a page. Or, if you find a driver that is missing information, feel free to expand their page.
Should Mercedes have gotten someone else to fill in for Hamilton during that race weekend?
Russell could barely fit in the cockpit.
The team could have gotten someone closer to Hamilton's size.
Any thoughts and discussion on the Imola Grand prix??
Today, the Formula 1 Wiki hit a big milestone. According to Fandom's statistics, we now have collection of more than 5,000 pages!
Of course, the work is far from done. There are still many more pages to come as we work towards the ultimate goal of creating the most complete encyclopedia of Formula One on the entire internet.
On behalf of the admins, I just wanted to take a minute to thank everyone for their contributions to the community over the years. With every edit, our pool of Formula One knowledge expands. Keep up the fantastic work.
Hating Christian Horner
Thinking Carlos Sainz is Underrated and better than Leclerc ( as of 2022, I am suspicious from Better than Leclerc)
Thinking Turkey/Turkish Grand Prix is underrated.
Well what do you think about these? Share your thoughts in the comments.
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With the announcement of the Las Vegas Grand Prix coming to the F1 calendar in 2023, the F1 calendar is going to exceed its limit. The current regulations allow only 24 races to be hosted in a single season.
In 2023, Qatar and Las Vegas are joining the calendar with their new prospective tracks and there's a high likelihood of the Chinese Grand Prix returning to the calendar since a Chinese driver, Guanyu Zhou, made his debut this season. This puts the number of events at 25, one over the limit.
Zac Brown, CEO of McLaren, suggested Monaco needs to step up or get out. The Monaco GP has been around since the dawn of Formula 1, so they have enjoyed special privileges such as reduced hosting fees, usage of local media crews and track regulation exemptions, to name a few.
I'd like to know your thoughts. Comment below!
Mine is sergio perez
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Whoever added the chat function (SYnVerse I think) Ty!
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