Boycott Formula 1!
1 . *Because this is not a sport*. Maybe it is for it’s 20 super pilots. Backgammon is much more of a sport. And suicide has much more adepts but it’s not yet an Olympic Game. Acting in a robotic fashion is a thing we should discourage.
2. *Because encourages the pole position spirit*. I just want to save the souls of the scooter drivers that at every stop sign kill their engine to get first, and to spare some tires for the regular Logan (Dacia Logan) fanatics/fantastics.
3. *Because is unrealistically expensive*. For me they are just some adrenaline junkies who spend a lot of money satisfying engineering fetishes. With one team budget for a year you can buy enough soccer balls for all Africa junior high school teams. This mean millions of people who will practice a form of sport. ( _In March 2007 F1 Racing published its annual estimates of spending by Formula One teams. The total spending of all eleven teams in 2006 was estimated at $2.9 billion. This was broken down as follows; Toyota $418.5 million, Ferrari $406.5 m, McLaren $402 m, Honda $380.5 m, BMW Sauber $355 m, Renault $324 m, Red Bull $252 m, Williams $195.5 m, Midland F1/Spyker-MF1 $120 m, Toro Rosso $75 m, and Super Aguri $57 million._ link)
This should be enough.