F1 » Heat on India over date change

Indian motorsport chief Vicky Chandhok has warned that the revised 2012 F1 calendar will see his country's race run in uncomfortably high temperatures.

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Trying-Yes-Very ! - Unregistered

August 08, 2011 9:57 PM

Another race track that the locals could never afford to go to, especially the displaced local farmers who will find it almost impossible to reach all of their land, without a very long journey around the borders of the track.But look on the bright side , the fat brown envelopes are being delivered so all's well in Bernie cookoo land.

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