F1 » Donington Park owner: There are 14 potential buyers


Donington Park owner Kevin Wheatcroft - son of circuit founder Tom - remains optimistic about the future of the beleaguered Leicestershire track, and acknowledges that this time all the conditions must be right

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richard

January 13, 2010 8:01 PM

yes, i KNOW theres a disagree button, and that it is used by some in a rather silly way, but how on earth can anyone think that disagree signifies a comment on the statement that dvll had a 150 year lease. i would love to know!

Dangerous Dave - Unregistered

January 13, 2010 9:28 PM

Anythings preferable to Gillet having any involvement,= has anyone seen him - maybe we could organise a scumwatch website for unpopular motorsport figures - "where are they now"? etc - any other suggestions on names etc? :)

andrew mac

January 13, 2010 10:00 PM

I'm in two minds about Bernie. He is a fantasti businesman but his ethics are questionable to us observors. Having said that, you never get anywhere in business by being nice and ethical (apparantly). I tend to think if it wasn't for Bernie, a lot of us wouldn't be able to watch F1 on regular TV. It would be on the radio or on some obscure channel that you can only get on satellite or cable.

Mosley and Briatore would fit in nicely though.

andrew mac

January 13, 2010 10:49 PM

It is safer for humanity to know where creeps like him are. That way we can all avoid him with ease.

Alan Sugar should go in there as well. Nothing to do with F1 but he is just a tool (Amstrad - HA!).

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