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Some superb drivers mixed with some useless drivers and pay2win cheaters, so I stayed for th quality driving and wasn't disappointed.
What I was disappointed with was the horrible packaging of the show - it's a car show and they use wrong camera angles all the time, slowmo the wrong things, don't show enough driving and have awful commentating. Don't get me wrong I like Bisping buuuut who are the others? Why does it need 3 people to drag out this repetitive competition? Where are the experts/pros?
The new layouts were too alike to begin with that the first 4-5 episodes you question what the point is but do end up pretty decent by the end.
As some other reviews have stated, it did feel a bit biased and scripted but overall I enjoyed and stayed the course for the show for the cars and drivers that put their all in, but it could have been presented and produced SO much better.
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