F1 » Turkey to pay price in new 2012 schedule?


A revised F1 calendar for next season could witness the demise of the Turkish Grand Prix, according to paddock insiders.

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Taipan

July 30, 2011 10:19 AM

Turn 8 will be missed, one of Tilke's few noteable corners. Other than that its not a very interesting place and lacks atmosphere.

With all the new races that Bernie wants better tracks than Turkey will face the chop, hes had nasty plans to get rid of Spa (because it doesn't give him enough cash) for a long time, now that would be tragic.

Doris Nutscrubber - Unregistered

July 30, 2011 1:26 PM

To be honest i couldn't give a monkeys because thanks to the bbc bernie ecclestone and sky tv i shan't be watching F1 anymore after this season.
Bernie ecclestone can take his 10 live races and his 10 highlights and shove them up his ars*.

MrQwerty

July 30, 2011 5:18 PM

Bernie's chain of thought 'How many ways can I **** fans in one weekend?' Maybe the race doesn't have an atmosphere, but neither does Bahrain, China, Korea, Abu Dhabi and probably India as well, and those tracks are a helluva lot worse.

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