Why F1 drivers should contest F3's Macau GP

Why F1 drivers should contest F3's Macau GP

This weekend is the blue-riband event in Formula 3's season: the Macau Grand Prix. Formula 1 drivers past and present wax lyrical about Macau - so Liberty should send current drivers there for the F3 race, says Peter Windsor

It was a cold October afternoon on that bland estate. Rally-jacket weather. Fogged-up windows. A draught coming from somewhere under the dash. It was easy to find the house, though. Look for the Alfasud Ti. Can't miss it.

I parked and walked towards the door, noting the shattered mirrors on both sides of the Alfa but their frames still intact. I smiled, imagining him blasting the 'Sud through a gap just wide enough to catch the frames by a millimetre both sides.

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