F1 » Ecclestone: F1 2010 still needs spicing up

'Don't be fooled' by Malaysia and Australia, says Bernie Ecclestone, as change is still needed to ensure there isn't more 'Bore-rains' in F1 2010.

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Commodore S - Unregistered

April 06, 2010 3:14 PM

And your suggestion would be welcome Bernie as Spokesperson for F.O.M.
May be as a starting point we could forego a little bit of revenue and get out of the desert and revert back to the heart and soul circuits Secondly have a yarn to Jean and bring yourself up to speed on the waste of money which we see relayed towards unwarranted technology.
The audience is starting to walk and once gone will not return.


April 06, 2010 4:01 PM

Bernie if you want to spice things up:

1. Bring back the classic tracks like Imola.
2. Fire Herman Tilke.
3. Make the Paddock more fan friendly place instead of a snooty one.
4. Reduce ticket prices.
5. Stop thinking of yourself and your wallet.


April 06, 2010 5:53 PM
Last Edited 2220 days ago

@Calvin Number 6 was an EMPHATIC suggestion hence it was in capital letters and therefore last on the list.
You know like first do this etc til the last one which is the clincher. Get it? :)


April 06, 2010 6:27 PM

Mabye if the rules stopped getting changed every year, there would be a chance of some continuity and things would settle down as the team become more familiar with the rules and the racing may return once the dust settles.

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