F1 » BRDC considers selling, renting Silverstone land


The BRDC has confirmed that it is prepared to sell off sections of land at Silverstone unless it can find an investor to fund development plans.

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alan piecost - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 1:16 PM

Why would anyone want to give the brdc any money after what they have done to the circuit. A pit lane of which only half can be seen from the grandstand, taking away one of the best corners on the grand prix circuit in bridge, having a podium facing the road which you can hardly see from the main grandstand, mud everywhere stopping people coming to watch which NEVER happens at ANY other circuit.It it really a suprise that nobody wants to invest in this mess and the govenment won't put any money in?????

Taz

August 14, 2012 1:28 PM
Last Edited 776 days ago

@alan piecost

They managed to keep the GP which bernie was doing his best to take away....lets not forget the Donnington scandal. They have to pay for Bernie's extortionate race fee's somehow!

Rondick - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 4:56 PM


How many GPs have Silverstone hosted and how many did Korea? Silverstone should have it slick by now but each time there is a bit of rain (the famous BRITISH weather) the GP turns into a farce...

RichardNichols - Unregistered

August 15, 2012 12:46 AM

@Carooline

Have you ever worked for the BBC? or do you work for a paper? fed up with you dropping figures but never backing up your source.

You never register so could be anyone and people take your posts as fact, completely wrong.


Caroline - Unregistered

August 15, 2012 8:55 AM

@RichardNichols

It's all available from companies house, where businesses have to supply all the details of who's employed in what roles, how much they get paid etc.

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