Addictive, to say the least. Online racing has been quite a revelation. Been offline racing since 2001, and I'm not the fastest by any means. Some events I've had plenty of practice for, others I haven't. But I've enjoyed them all.
So what if I know I'm fighting for a low position - it really is stimulating simply to be racing against something other than computer AI! And learning to set up car (GTR2) for the first REAL time since I have been driving has been really enjoyable.
I just need to sleep more!!! And say hello to the wife more often - lol!
Yes, Lewis Hamilton master class. If ever there was a sign that he has that special talent, this race was it. Comparisons to Senna have been made, and it's no coincidence he has that yellow helmet!
But three wins so far in 2008, two in the wet. Can the McLaren's fight with the Ferrari's on a dry track? Hockenheim this weekend should tell us more - of course if it rains there too, then I would bet a certain Mr Hamilton will again be dominant in those conditions.
Watching the race on TV, I felt homesick. I miss going to Silverstone every year for the GP / test sessions, other meets. We get the ITV coverage here in Australia, so it's almost home from home. By the way, James Allen needs to do his homework. There's more than 6 million viewers watching your coverage mate, as it's not just in the UK that you're seen - lol!