26th Jun 12, 20:16 #1
Another long gap in the schedule.
Just what you need to kill the momentum of the series. The casual fan won't ever know when its on?
I know this has been this way for a few years but surely they can do something to keep the series more consistant. Even if the races are three weeks apart. At least we would know when they were on.Indy cars says bye to Sky. Yeah baby.......
26th Jun 12, 20:25 #2
Indeed. I make the same argument for F1 always being 2 weeks apart but it seems there are more important considerations.
26th Jun 12, 20:27 #3
Maybe they could add just one round in this long summer gap? However, the teams say that this long gap plays to their advantage due to being able to have enough time to upgrade their cars, so while us fans like the idea, the drivers and teams probably wouldn't like it.1990 BTCC-CHAMPION w/ 207 points and 9 race wins
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28th Jun 12, 19:17 #4
Hey, don't forget guys, you have to leave enough gap for sporting junk i.e. Tennis, Olympics and Euro 2012 footie. Don't we just love watching them?
I certainly don't.Nissan Racing Micra -
28th Jun 12, 20:28 #5
There was already a round during Euro 2012. So that's not an issue.
28th Jun 12, 23:32 #6
It's Le Tour de France time this weekend. Shown on ITV4.
Is it that hard for somebody to check their Sky/cable/Freeview onscreen guide or their TV magazine or even the calendar on the BTCC websites to know when the next round is?You lot still here?!
29th Jun 12, 18:02 #7
Apparently so cos I never know when they are. And since ITV4 refuse to segment their coverage in the EPG I don't series link it either.
4th Jul 12, 16:10 #8
16th Jul 12, 10:13 #9
I'm bored now waiting for touring cars. At least MotoGP is regular.Nissan Racing Micra -
21st Jul 12, 20:29 #10
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