This can be translated into: "No you don't. Well, I don't really know..."
Do you just type things for the sake of your post count? People give you real information and you dismiss it while admitting that you know nothing about it.
Well I do not mean to do so. It is more like keeping in the line of house rule and putting my point short enough so that it is not necessary to read a post endlessly to come to the point. I used to read those shorts notes like comments in this forum in previous years. if it had bit more of negation tone, that is perhaps because I was emotionally involved into what I was stating at that time. I openly admitted it.
I do see all kinds of 'things' on photographs while I was sketching the track. Remind you, my track must worth nothing according to you, but I studied the site and purposely ignored some bits of details in order to make my point. Needless to say I do not believe that what I draw has 100% clearance from actually involved person, experts, property owners, local councils and so on. On the contrary I know well enough that the art of realizing project has a lot to do with keeping plan on the confined side. But, in this case of Formula One cars running finally in font of the Manhattan scene, this current plan look too lite, in a sense that it looks like not Driven like the Formula One cars on rack are driven by those who risks their life. You must respond to these souls as race track maker, I assume... I know obstacles how to realize a project, and know how they race, I do think that different approach can bring fruits to the track, what race teams are running for. Some corner stones or two, pavements, for the sake of this big dream, I will rather forget. For front garden and so, the plan must be adjusted. But as far as I know I have not pull down ant estates. Therefore I responded, if he can point me more directions.
Edited by One, 26 October 2011 - 21:49.