F1 » Silverstone 'hopeful' of 2010 F1 return and 'longer-term' deal


Silverstone managing director Richard Phillips remains confident that the British Grand Prix will remain at Silverstone in 2010 - arguing that Donington Park still has a lot of work to do...


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Cubikrube - Unregistered

July 28, 2009 1:23 PM

Oh and almost forgot to add. People with camping wristbands (which could only be bought if you had a weekend race ticket) still had to present their tickets to have the barcode read both in and out of the track. This meant vast queues of people waiting to get into the circuit when it opened and in turn missing some of the practice. It made no logical sense whatsoever to do this. If anyone has an explanation i'd like to hear it.
MCN this week and next is going to be full of letters from very unhappy people.
And the radio thing where you had to pay a fiver was another blatant attempt to take money from people who'd already paid for tickets and booking fees on top!

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