F1 » Mallya: F1 debut a massive step for India

Vijay Mallya says the first Indian Grand Prix will be a landmark event for the nation

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Sukhoi 46

October 26, 2011 5:29 PM

I think over-all F1 picture is all about Asia. Let's do some counting:

Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Bahrain, UAE, Korea and now India. Did I miss any nation? I'm not sure.

Point is, a few more tracks in Asia completes the Asian dominance. And, it's good for the F1 sport in many number of ways.

BTW, Bernie took the right step in securing two races in the USA. I'm very happy for that :)

Sukhoi 46

October 26, 2011 9:04 PM

Droog, wake up.

We Americans used to be vehemently in the denial mode, but ever since 2008 crisis started things are changing. Now with the present double-dip 'Euro' & US crisis it's apparent that Asia is the future of the world. Whoever denies this they are fooling themselves.

We enjoyed almost 300 years, so their turn is coming up to take back what it rightly belongs to them :) (I'm sure many of us don't like this but nothing much could be done).

Taz - Unregistered

October 27, 2011 10:15 AM

"Point is, a few more tracks in Asia completes the Asian dominance. And, it's good for the F1 sport in many number of ways."

That's b0llocks

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