F1 » Spa threat not specific, insists Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone claims that he was misquoted in interview over future F1 calendar and does not plan to cull Belgian GP.

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October 26, 2010 9:08 AM

of course we are going to lose more and more european gps because you are adding more and more other countries to the calander such as russia and Austin. Even though korea was quite a good track i am worried about what tike will produce if he's designing these.

Spanner - Unregistered

October 26, 2010 9:25 AM

Maybe this is a more political move by the dwarf, to make it seem like Todt is the bad guy here... There have been rumblings that he and Max aren't happy with the way things are under Todt's management (i.e: it's not going THEIR way) so trying to get people against him could be the first step of some underhand plan...

Or maybe not...

Fox - Unregistered

October 26, 2010 10:11 AM

'misquoted' rubbish Bernie - you read reaction to your comments about Spa on Crash and backed down because you accept that the comments are valid.


October 26, 2010 11:01 AM
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That's it! Spa is toast. Bernie is as we write engineering it's removal. It's the deal, see. Bernie relishes flying off the far off exotic countries to be wined and dined for his power to award the coveted F-1 race. With 20 the max races, the only way he can make more deals is to axe European sites. I expect the Organizers of the European races don't show sufficient respect for old wig.


October 26, 2010 11:53 AM

spa, suzuka and monza, we've had all three this year along with the 'new' silverstone and the 'same old' interlagos to come, excellent circuits all of them compared to the new sterile tracks, the new circuits may not attract enough paying customers to sustain there place on the calender in the near future

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