CarlosFerreira wrote:Are we being slightly silly? It's as exciting as VLADIMIR PUTIN wearing a LIVE BEAR!
BaconLettuceNinja wrote:If there's anything I've learned in this week's competition, it's that I never wish to live in the Shetland Islands. Ever.
thehemogoblin wrote:How about "The Most Difficult Curve You'll See In Formula One That Doesn't Punish You If You Screw Up"?
CarlosFerreira wrote:tristan1117 wrote:I think it should be called the Monteiro Curve in honor of him punting Montoya off there in 2005.
razta wrote:If it was called 'My Arse' well imagine the commentary
IntegratorTypeR wrote:Or again in the manner of Spa, we could just call it, "The left hander at the top of the hill"
Cynon wrote:"Not Constantinople"
Martin Brundle, at the 2005 San Marino GP wrote:You can sort of imagine in four or five years time talking about these guys we've got on the front two rows of the grid today, can't you? They're very much the future of Grand Prix Racing.
Dom wrote:In all seriousness I think they should call it something like Atatürk turn, after the founder of modern Turkey. Adds a bit of local colour without being too silly.
Alianora La Canta wrote:How about "Long Left" since it turns left for what seems and feels like forever?
jackanderton wrote:"McLaren's Bane" after the atrocious inability of this years car to perform on high speed corners.
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