F1 » Ecclestone unsure on German Grand Prix

Bernie Ecclestone says he doesn't know where the German Grand Prix will be held in 2013 with the Nurburgring seemingly ruled out

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RobG - Unregistered

January 15, 2013 1:00 PM

Could Bernie be afraid of an arrest warrant with his name on it?
Or is he trying to bribe the German government, to not arrest him, or he will take his bat & ball (& toy car set) and go home.

Jane Smith - Unregistered

January 15, 2013 1:23 PM

Great. Meanwhile thousands of people like me will have booked the time off work and can't get it changed, have made travel and accommodation bookings (though thankfully, in my case, cancellation is free). Thanks for mucking everyone around FoM. And all this with a German World Champion too... :(

f1dude - Unregistered

January 16, 2013 10:03 AM

this is a sign that the global recession is going to effect f1
f1 is a rich mens sport more and more countries will not be able to justify spending millions to host an f1 race as their country is hit by the recession
sadly f1 will be effected with less and less races

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