F1 » Donington Park back under old management as racing resumes


Donington Park is back in business and back under its original ownership as racing finally resumes at the crisis-hit Leicestershire circuit and the Wheatcrofts' family-run company Donington Park Racing retakes control

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richard

August 17, 2010 6:18 PM

andrew. dont worry, i am sure that there will be plenty of major races at donington, such as wsb, fia gt, wtcc, etc etc. just wait and see. but i guess you wont be there as its a long way from aberdeen. but theyll survive without you!

mark cordwell - Unregistered

August 17, 2010 6:41 PM

went to donnington at the weekend and even though im not a fan of classic bikes i just wanted to get back to our local circuit and enjoy the atmosphere that donnington gives, welcome back donnington park.... :)

beanie21 - Unregistered

August 17, 2010 8:01 PM

Great to hear the bike engines over the planes last weekend. I am sure Kevin is working hard as he promised to get the bikes back for next year. Having been to Silverstone last month for WSB - and yes the toilets were new and clean, but it cant beat Donington for trackside viewing. :)

Stephen Bowers - Unregistered

August 17, 2010 9:33 PM

I loved Donington as a Motorcycle racing venue, except for 2 very important things, the facilities were very poor (especially the camp-sites) and the slow last part of the circuit (Melbourne Loop) was not complimentary with the rest of the circuit. As these were put in place by the original management will these really change? :rolleyes:

kedgereebob - Unregistered

August 17, 2010 9:50 PM

Er people - don't believe this tripe. This is not good news! It's spin at it's worst. Adroit were never brought in just to do the construction - they were appointed as full-time operator, as widely publicised! Just Google their name. Wheatcroft never wanted to take the reins, nor does he have the experience/personnel/inclination to manage the site himself. All this means is the circuit will limp along in its current, barely funcional state for the forseeable future. It's another shambles in a sorry affair :rolleyes:

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