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One presential candidate in the Dominican Republic has vowed to bring F1 to the island nation should he be voted into power.

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Droog - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 6:00 PM

As was all the discarded engine blocks, oil drums and tin cans lying on the bottom that I saw while snorkeling at Porta Plata.
If you want nice, trust me, go to the Bahamas. (but not cheap)

Jose Grau-Cesani - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 7:29 PM

Puerto Rico must be the first option as a host to a Caribbean GP. Being a territory of the US, we have no major political and/or national security issues. We have US nationality and currency.

Personally, I can offer a 300 acre site at the west coast area within 20 minutes from an international airport!!

jose - Unregistered

April 30, 2012 8:42 PM

A F1 race in the Dominican Republic..
Nuts, I would say 'Go Fish' But they do have very nice
Dog track, Greyhounds any one..
Crash, this is really a another good one..


Eltolete - Unregistered

May 01, 2012 12:07 AM

I live in Dominican Republic and I am a F1 fan for 20 years. In DR there is not enough money to invest in a proyect like this. The politics are all taking the public money for their personal use, the education and security are big problems, the law is inexistent and 95% of the army and police are corrupt.

Danilo Medina is talking nonsense knowing that the problems we have will not be solved in like 20 more years. I suggest Bernie should go somewhere else, for the good of F1 and DR.

kurt - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 1:57 AM

Dangerous, poor country bla bla bla, Dominican republic is a developing country, living for 20 years now in Punta cana doing buggy tours with tourist, we never had one issue with dangerous situations or what ever, nice people, good weather and ice cold beer. maybe not the next 2 years but you never now.

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