F1 » Magny Cours chases French GP slot


Magny Cours makes an approach to Bernie Ecclestone to try and reclaim the French Grand Prix

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Euan Hoosearmy - Unregistered

May 11, 2012 10:16 AM

Paul Ricard gets a lower price than Magny? Anything to do with the owner of the Paul Ricard circuit being some bloke called Bernie Ecclestone?

Not much point in charging yourself is there.....?

Liam48 - Unregistered

May 11, 2012 12:10 PM

I would rather see it at Magny Cours, it's a great track and always produces good racing and it has character, which Bernie unfortunately has ripped away from Paul Ricard.

I hate tracks that are all Tarmac outside the racing lines with red and blue paint... it's an eye sore. I liked it the way it was when MotoGP raced there in 1999 but now it just looks hidious but it's a good track.

M - Unregistered

May 11, 2012 12:30 PM

It would be great to see F1 returning to a country with racing pedigree instead of going to countries with none and with no real interest in F1 (e.g. China, Turkey).

I'd much rather see racing on a proper track in a country with racing heritage than in a country with no heritage, no real interest in F1 and on a boring, clinical Tilke track.

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