Gone! Yep! Picking Up Their Toys and Going Home, but First, Monaco!

al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IMay 21, 2009

MONTE CARLO, MONACO - MAY 25:  Robert Kubica of Poland and BMW Sauber drives on his way to finishing second during the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix at the Monte Carlo Circuit on May 25, 2008 in Monte Carlo, Monaco.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

Does anyone remember we are still in 2009?! If you're over 50 years old, you may be gone by next year, so it may not be that important if they go or stay.

By the way, I'm over 50, a little fat, and according to my doctor, at-risk for everything, even illnesses that only cats and dogs get.  

What's my point? I don't care if they come back or not, I'm going to enjoy this season...it may just be lots of fun.

I love to read web content about racing, but the majority of the talk about F1 is about who's gone and who's not.

Do you really think that red car from the Azure nation will really leave F1? That would be like saying Italia will never go to another World Cup.

Don't you think these are just grown man acting like boys, posturing and just testing each other? It could be as simple as seeing who can yellow the snow the furthest.

By the way, the third little boat from the left is mine...yeah right!

Thanks for reading my little rant.

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