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BRDC president Derek Warwick admits that talks to find an investor to help develop Silverstone are going slower than hoped but says financial backers will be found

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Buddy - Unregistered

January 28, 2013 9:16 AM

Derek, when did you work out the Wing was disjointed from the circuit. Was it when the private helicopter was cancelled and you had to endure the dreadful bus service from one end of the circuit to the other like the rest of us plebs ?

Johno - Unregistered

January 28, 2013 3:21 PM

BRDC members should pay a club membership that falls in line with thier value of the facility and not the two hundred quid or so they pay now.
Golf clubs and even the ultimate old boys club the RAC pay many thousands to be members.
Get real BRDC you alteady ripped the tax payer off by comandearing the Innovation centre for the Silverstone circuits office as well as taking ten million from local guverment towards the wing.
Its not the paying publics problem that the BRDC have entered into a contract with Bernard Charles that is nothing short of madness with regard to getting a return on investment.
Pay the going rate to sit in your gin palace and as many BRDC members are successful business people why do they not want to invest in Silverstone.
I guess any investment could provide the members with a monorail straight from the gin palace to the wing so they could enjoy even more exclusive hospitality.












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