Comments for en-gb 30 Sun 03 May 2015 19:23:52 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at boils Who are the Eddie Irvine/James Hunt drivers these days? The ones who know what being an F1 drivers is all about? Sat 09 Oct 2010 21:50:36 GMT+1 Vagabond @RandomArbiter - That's Degner. Its a killer and where alot of the guys come unstuck. Like Lewis, Jenson and M.Schumacher yesterday... Sat 09 Oct 2010 20:19:36 GMT+1 RandomArbiter I'm playing this on F1 2010 now and it's a really hard track, the double right leading to the hairpin is deceptive. Sat 09 Oct 2010 16:41:57 GMT+1 Jap_Jennifer Just returned to Nagoya from Suzuka and have to get up again in less than six hours. Wasn't too bad of an afternoon as my seat and the journey to the loo and snack bars was all under cover but the journey home was horrendous. Local weather forecast says it will be raining at nine but sunny by twelve tomorrow. However, it doesn't say exactly when it will stop. Race time at three will be sunny and the track should be well dry by then. Must say though, this is my fifth visit to Suzuka and the atmosphere is unbeatable, even today in the downpour. Sat 09 Oct 2010 13:26:49 GMT+1 VettelDRFC90 Nice blog. I have to feel though that the demands of the circuit will HEAVILY influence the title race. Vettel has to be favourite as he won here last year and is in the best car. I hope however that qualifying and the race goes ahead as planned as I feel the circuit itself is amazing and I love watching it everytime they race here. Can't help but feel Hamilton has already showed he is mentally out of this title race. Sat 09 Oct 2010 12:16:02 GMT+1 akted Rain delay is disappointing but not unexpected.Thank you for your tweets, I've been following you since last year and appreciate your tweets, I get a sense of being at the track even though I am in Alaska.Keep dry. I can't wait till qualifying actually starts. Sat 09 Oct 2010 08:08:19 GMT+1 Vagabond Morning Sarah (4.54am - yawn. Been up since 2am to walk the hound before FP3). Great article but you seem to have missed Spoon out of the track run-through. Poor Spoon....Suzuka really is an awesome spectacle of a circuit. Even driving it on a racing game is exciting so I can only imagine what that must feel like with the G-force and bumps.Keep up the great work anyway - I've enjoyed all your blogs and tweets since last season. Hope the rain in Japan isn't dampening too many spirits. :-) Sat 09 Oct 2010 03:59:14 GMT+1