F1 » Ecclestone claims support for spinkler idea

Bernie Ecclestone claims there is a 'surprising' amount of support for his idea of sprinklers being used to spice up the action in F1

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March 22, 2011 12:41 PM

Ben M - F1 used to be a serious sport but it is now a plaything for the filthy rich but thankfully they still let us regular joes watch.

MR - Agree with your comments but it would be just another gimmick to go along with KERS and driver adjustable wings.

Sloper - Unregistered

March 22, 2011 12:44 PM

While they're about it why not go the whole Wacky Races route? Dropping tacks on the track, tipping over giant barrels of glue, dropping boulders and drivers turning arrows on sign posts around. Extra points awarded for the driver who does the best Muttley impression during the race.

tonyed - Unregistered

March 22, 2011 12:44 PM

Why not send some blind people out on the track during the race, or liven it up with a pit stop fire or perhaps tether Eccles**** to a pole in a bear pit, where the bears also fight with lions before attacking the witless idiot. He could learn much from the Roman Gladiators.
Thumbs down Bernie old boy.

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