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  • philippe philippe May 26, 2007 23:17 Flag

    Yahoo sport new F1 website...

    Yahoo has changed what was a decent F1 website for one that is inept....dont fix it unless it is broken and...please...be a bit professional...the Williams team runs Toyota engines, not BMW's, Liuzzi and Speed racing cars are Toro Rosso's, not red Bull....the rest is equally amateurish...all you have to do is read the program but perhaps whoever is doing the website cant be bothered....
    Please give it back to the people who were doing it last week,

    Cheers,


    Philippe Marcq

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    • Hear, hear!!

      ... but it seems Yahoo Sport is not listening ...

    • If you are going to add engine supplier to the teams in your F1 Results then do it for all teams or for none at all... be consistent

      so either

      Mclaren Mercedes
      Ferrari-Ferrari
      BMW-BMW
      Renault-Renault
      Honda-Honda
      Toyota-Toyota
      Williams-Toyota
      Red Bull-Renault
      Toro Rosso-Ferrari
      Super Aguri F1-Honda
      Spyker-Ferrari

      OR just have the team Name:

      Mclaren
      Ferrari
      BMW
      Renault
      Honda
      Toyota
      Williams
      Red Bull
      Toro Rosso - Drivers Scott Speed and Vitantonio Liuzzi !
      Super Aguri F1
      Spyker

    • new site is #$%$old adage,if it's not broken don't fix it :-{

    • Sadly the new site seems to offer much less than the old one. How do we access the live text commentary from Monaco GP free practice sessions 1 and 2? I can't find it anywhere. And where is the archive of previous race commentary and reports? Nowhere to be seen. And if you look at MotoGP, there is NOTHING LEFT of the Eurosport content from last week's Le Mans MotoGP or any other. I'm sorry, but substituting a few generic RSS feed stories plucked from standard Yahoo RSS feed content is no substitute. THIS IS A VERY SAD LOSS for sports fans.