F1 » Webber: Keeping Silverstone on F1 calendar a 'no-brainer'

As Bernie Ecclestone's stipulated deadline fast approaches, Red Bull Racing F1 star Mark Webber insists that the British Grand Prix must be held in 2010 - and that it must be held at Silverstone

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November 06, 2009 4:08 PM

They do have a certain amount to weigh up tho. Sponsorship revenue, prestige, what the board of directors are sayin, what the fans are saying, how much they and the surrounding busineses(?) will lose in lost revenue by not having a race. Plus we are not privy to the wherefores of the contract.
My fingers are still crossed that it will happen, I just hope the fans understand if it does not. :)

secret donington fan - Unregistered

November 06, 2009 4:13 PM

Surley they should have weighed all this up before spouting off that they could host it if Donington failed? Now look where we are, the possibility of no F1 well done BRDC. Oh wait I'm sure that will be Donington's fault as well :rolleyes:

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