F1 » Ecclestone prepared to ditch Monaco for Russia

Bernie Ecclestone has claimed that he is prepared to drop the Monaco GP in order to take F1 to new areas.

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July 20, 2010 8:02 AM
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This is poor. I think Bernie needs to go to a psychologist to talk about his money problems and his addiction to it. We are losing all these great traditional tracks for places that dont even have a fan base. Massive Grandstands are built but no one turns up I love watching races knowing there is a atmosphere. All the history that these tracks have has no affection for BE showing he really doesnt care about the fans and what they want.

FooAtari - Unregistered

July 20, 2010 8:48 AM

Monaco is a rubbish track for F1 really. To tight and twisty for modern F1 cars.

But come on folks, this is total rubbish. There is so much money in the Monaco GP it isn't going anywhere. There will be some other motive behind this. But I guarantee Bernie has no intension's of ditching Monaco.

aaa - Unregistered

July 20, 2010 9:04 AM

Bernie won't ditch Monaco, aren't FOTA pressurising for protected races (Monaco, Monza, Silverstone) he just wants more money out of them as always.

Bernie, global economic issues and you still do not have enough money in the bank after all these years, can we replace you with someone who is cheaper and cares for the SPORT and not how much profit HE can make?

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