F1 » Ecclestone still chasing expansion plan


Bernie Ecclestone believes that the F1 field could cope with an extra couple of races on top of a 20-round schedule in future.

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jim crint - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 12:24 AM

Give it a rest Bernie. You CAN have too much of a good thing and 22 GPs a season is way too much.

Here's an idea, why not ditch all those soul-less Tilke circuits and bring the French, Portugese and South African GPs back. At the very least get shot of Bahrain. It's an absolute disgrace that F1 still races there given the corruption of the regime, the political turmoil and the oppression that just gets worse every day. I refuse to watch this race.

Stop being a greedy so-and-so. Better still, why not just take all the money you squeezed out of this sport and ****** off!!! There's a nice 'holiday' home waiting for you in Germany!

Errrrrrr - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 1:13 PM

Errr here we go again!
This a site about motorsports so let's not bring politics into this.
If u insist, then China and Korea should not host F1 for reasons outside of sports.
The same could be said about the US for holding prioners for over a decade without being trialed!
Bottom line, a season with 20 races should be the max. Anymore would be too much and too tiring

here we go again... I agree with Errrrrrr
Nothing could be as bad as this.. Jon Snow's Hidden Iraq (2008)check it out on You tube and you must read America's deplorable human rights record- global research and dont forget
Deny the British empire's crimes? No, we ignore them in the guardian.




Paul - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 11:36 PM

Get rid of the 5 weeks summer break, and get rid of tracks like Korea, that don't use their dirty tracks but once a year. Then add the big cities around the world that want races, London, New York, Russia, etc..

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