F1 » Thai Grand Prix attracts opposition


Environmental activists have raised concerns over the proposal to run an F1 event through the streets of Bangkok.

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RW - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 3:38 PM

Funny. So 22 F1 cars in the middle of a big city would make more building and environmental damage then hundreds of cars/trucks/buses stuck in a traffic?
And when the last time any F1 car hit a building or a monument?
Idiocy like this makes everyone deaf on greenies even if they are right on many levels.

stuart - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 7:29 PM

What the greenies also forget is that F1, along other motorsports, by its very nature encourages the development of engines that are continuously more powerful and efficient.

Alonso Maniac. - Unregistered

May 30, 2013 1:39 AM

"Thai Grand Prix Attracts Opposition"

Oh really? Wow, why would anyone oppose this? I mean, we already have enough street circuits, why don't we have more instead of running at ACTUAL tracks?

(See's that it's environmentalists)

Oh... well that's normal...

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