F1 » Ecclestone hoping for drawn-out title fight

Bernie Ecclestone hopes that Red Bull's F1 rivals can raise their game and prevent another walkover in 2012.

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Si - Unregistered

January 23, 2012 11:48 AM

Well of course he does ,
But only because he hopes it will put more bums on seats and gain more advertising revenue ,
Thats all he cares about ..........

Droog - Unregistered

January 23, 2012 3:23 PM

2010 sorta spoiled us F1 fans, an amazing year, one for the history books. I wasn't surprised last year when SV ran away with it, but was pleasantly surprised at the strong McLaren showing. I really think that Merc and (less probabably) Ferrari will hit the podium this year, more as an effect of reasonably static regulations and the advantage that that gives for development. Ross Brawn is no slouch and neither are his two Drivers, so looking forward to a more "interesting" season this year. Ferrari, with it's "One Man Team" concept may be more challenged by the other members of the top four, and a big question mark in my mind.

jose - Unregistered

January 23, 2012 3:40 PM

All the talk is about Vettel, Button and Hamilton. Methinks Mr Webber will really shine
this season. Anyway, a replete by Red Bull is not
going to happen..No way Jose!
HamButFan. That I really is.

Old, Jose

Felix Rae - Unregistered

January 23, 2012 4:44 PM

British Superbikes 2011 season was incredible. Championship won by 0.006s!

Maybe if Seb runs away with it this year, then possible BSB style shoot-out system for 2013?

Oh yeah, I went there!

What do you folks think?

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