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Kate Walker's latest feature for Crash.net ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa

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Dreadnaught

August 21, 2013 9:55 AM

Dear Kate
Too much trite, crocuses are winter flowers and come well before buds.
Winter testing ? The weather this year may have been late and bad but firstly it's banned and as we have found this year it wouldn't be a lot of good.
If your writing for the uninitiated you should be more precise.
I am a grumpy old man and I do wish to follow F1 for all its faults but require facts not flam
Best

Taipan

August 21, 2013 10:23 AM

Dreadnaught, What do you want her to write? Read her article the summer break means there are no stories which leaves the journalists in the same position as us, either get involved in the gossip and rumour mills or don't say anything. And as a journalist saying nothing isn't really an option.

Oh and crocuses can appear in autumn, winter or spring depending on location and species.

Taz

August 21, 2013 10:50 AM

These threads perhaps shouldn't be open to comment.

Can't say I'm a fan of her stuff, mostly due to her Bernie article which was written by someone with a vested interest in increasing her profile favourably with the sports stakeholders rather than reporting hard facts.

Barrie Williams

August 23, 2013 12:57 AM

I hate to be negative when someone is obviously an inexperienced journalist as we all need to start somewhere, but really when i read something on Crash it would be better if it informed me in some way rather than just being stuff and nonsense that should be reserved for someone's own blog where it would be seen by very few. This could have been written by the Private Eye favourite 'Phil Space' as that's all it does.

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