F1 » Mosley: 'Highly probable' Silverstone will keep British GP


Just days on from Donington Park's announcement that it has secured an extended 17-year deal to host the British GP from 2010, FIA President Max Mosley has sowed further confusion in the F1 paddock by conversely revealing that he expects the race to remain at Silverstone.


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dougal - Unregistered

June 20, 2009 10:37 AM

Much as it pains me to agree with a power crazed midget and the descendent of a nazi, MM might have a point about the GP staying at Silverstone......has anyone SEEN Donington Park recently??? Building work remains unstarted, certain planning issues remain in the balance, contractors and suppliers remain unpaid, and the site staff have just been given a pay cut. This does not bode well for a site which hopes to run a GP in 12months time, does it?? Mr Gillett KEEPS on saying that the "finance will shortly be in place" but it like a record that's stuck, he's been saying it for so long. Last year, it was "the money's IN place" - and that wasn't true either.

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