F1 » F1 team bosses defend Brazilian Grand Prix organisers


Amidst calls for the future of Interlagos on the F1 calendar to be brought into question in the wake of last weekend's events, Martin Whitmarsh and Stefano Domenicali urge that the Brazilian Grand Prix organisers cannot be held responsible

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JDPower - Unregistered

November 11, 2010 3:43 AM

I don't think any HAS said the race organisers are at fault, it happened outside the circuit so how can it be. Doesn't make any difference as to whether or not the race should be dropped though.

Oh and I thought Martin Whitmarsh was English - "soccer" world cup :rolleyes:

MikeG - Unregistered

November 11, 2010 9:34 AM

I think that this whole situation has been blown out of proportion by the media. Sure SP is not the safest place in the world and you need to be vigilant about security, but to want to move the race away from Interlagos is extreme. F1 needs more of the great traditional circuits rather than doing away with them.
I say get over it , nobody got shot let's move on !!!

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