I'm pretty sure that's as fast as you're gonna go without a billionaire daddyFOOK YES
Alright F1 crew question. We're going to the UK in March. Is there a full on F1 experience where my wife and I can ride in an F1 car at Silverstone? All I've found are the 400hp cars that more akin to F3.
autism thread 2.0 iircAnnoyed glance from across a restaurant = intimate retirement discussion
dangling a F1 seat as part of a ride in Indy seems totally okay with me. At the very least you'll get some seat time in an F1 car test and get more eyeballs on their own 'brand' from F1 pressthe F1 thing has to be posturing, mclaren has a stable of drivers they are prepping for potential f1 drives with no guarantee any of them make F1