F1 » Moss: British GP vital for F1


Sir Stirling Moss believes F1 'needs' a British Grand Prix - and that it is vital for the sport to have an event in the UK.

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Neil Sheffield

December 10, 2009 10:13 AM

Seeing as Silverstone have already put the prices up, from last year, for the Grand Prix next year, lets hope that they use the money to up grade the facilities. The Pits are old, and some of the viewing areas need looking at, as well.
The tracks a good track, let's hope they spend money, and make it a GREAT track, with 1st class facilities.

John - Unregistered

December 10, 2009 11:10 AM

They wont, it will be wasted like all the money they have got from the races before.

I didnt want the gp to be lost, but unless silverstone gets its act together, then it may well be.

Froggy - Unregistered

December 10, 2009 11:11 AM

are the Silverstone owners still planning on doing that MotoGP extension to the circuit? if so i think that would be a decent extension that could provide overtaking for F1, although it takes out bridge corner which is a shame :-o

wernet they also planning on improving the pits in 2010? i could be wrong as i have a shockingly bad memory :?

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