F1 » Imola targeting F1 return

After being awarded the FIA's highest homologation rating by the governing body's chief technical delegate Charlie Whiting, former San Marino Grand Prix venue Imola is eyeing a return to the F1 calendar

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September 06, 2011 11:03 AM

Its an ever recurring fact that Bernie's name and his lust for more money is the reason why so many crazy decisions are made in F1. This race was dropped because of him. It would be great to have Imola back,and better if Bernie would get out of the sport.

renegade - Unregistered

September 06, 2011 12:14 PM

I don't get why people would want this track back on the calendar, it was always one of the most boring races of the season. To suggest sharing a race with Monza is crazy, why get rid of a decent race for a parade?

Fred - Unregistered

September 06, 2011 1:10 PM

This is a great track, it sucks that it ever left. All these excessive Asian races are robbing us of great circuits.
The idea of Spa having to share with Paul Ricard is ridiculous.

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