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Croft release further statement

Croft Promosport Ltd have released a further statement regarding the Court of Appeal's decision to reject their claim against having to pay out damages to three victims of 'noise nuisance'.

The statement thanks those who have come out in vocal support of the circuit, not least on Crash.net where this week's decision has prompted a strong response.

At the same time, though, the circuit urges people to respect the rights and privacy of the Claimants and the decision made.

The full statement is as follows:

“Croft Promosport would like to express their gratitude to all those people who have contributed to the overwhelming and unprecedented support, which has been shown for the Circuit in this difficult period.

“However, we would ask that all people show respect for the Court of Appeal's decision and the rights and privacy of the Claimants in those proceedings.”


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bri t

January 28, 2009 10:10 PM

What a load of cr@p. So Croft is 'noisy'. I live near the JJB stadium in the UK. It seems weekly we have our roads snarled up, people parking all over the place, noise, litter, several thousand tribal cavemen needing policing by a large amount of Police, vans, cars, horses thus entailing a decently huge Poll Tax Bill. Hey lets all bitch about other football and rugby grounds!!! They are a major health and safety problem and cost everybody in the County. Whould anybody win in Court for that? I doubt it. I'm doing a Ralf Waldmann..can you see my lips!



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