F1 » German GP saga takes new twist

Legal action taken by event promoters adds another dimension to the ongoing on-off story surrounding the German Grand Prix.

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Redda Bulla - Unregistered

January 30, 2013 8:51 PM

Honestly, the old Nurburgring could be used. Why not? We race round Monaco and Singapore with no run off in places so why should The Green Hell be that much worse? The driver protection nowadays with the helmet and neck protector thing on the cars make things much safer today. Marshalling is just an issue, would need a hell of a lot of volunteers
16 Laps of the 24 HR Circuit so they use the current GP Track pits.
Be brilliant, best corners, hairpins, banking in the world.

The resident - Unregistered

January 31, 2013 12:12 AM

They could do it but it is very dangerous,I've done the 24h races and vln's there.I no one porsche gt3 cup car left the track and landed in the trees 10 metre or so form the track driver was ok but they had to cut the roof off and it was hard to get to him and it took a time

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