F1 » European F1 races urged to 'wake up'


Bernie Ecclestone urges European F1 races to wake up if they want to retain their place on the calendar in future

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mark - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 7:55 AM

Bernie......what complete #ell end. He puts the image of f1 consttly in a negative light with his rude comments in statements like this and any interview on grid walks. Why don't you try this Bernie - FIND A COUNTRY HAVING A DOMESTIC WAR AND RACE THERE, BUT ONLY IF THE MONEY IS RIGHT HEY BERN......Bahrain was such a good pr move this year and let's not forget how amazing that track is too!!! Yeah right what a total looser he's too old and has lost it.

Kimi Raikkonen's comments on what he though of Abu Dhabi are classic and he's won lotus' only race......

The drivers think your useless too Bern. Spa or Korea? I don't think anyone even a solid Korean f1 fan would say Korea.

Nealio - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 3:24 PM

With the economic crisis in the EU it is delusional to expect European tracks or even countries to pour more money into Eccelestone's pockets. With his own financial dealings being questioned I'm surprized that anyone would want to talk business with him. He is like a bubble-boy with his personnel wealth protecting him from reality. In my opinion, when a sport forgets it is a sport and not "entertainment" is when it is in danger of becoming irrelevent.

Eccles Cake - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 7:46 PM

Show business, eh, Bernie?

Well, it's pantomime season, so if anybody gets bored with the drivel that keeps your name in the public eye (as if!), perhaps we could be entertained with your rendition of Widow Twankey?

Or are you waiting for your big moment in 'Snow White and the Eight Dwarves'?

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