F1 » Sauber adds second Mexican backer


Sauber announces a sponsorship deal with Mexican insurance firm Interproteccion


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Vince - Unregistered

December 22, 2010 6:04 PM

@Olek,
Agreed, some of the previous Central/South American tracks were ok and I doubt there would be a problem with interest - never saw the stands in Brazil empty, and Argentina got decent crowds. The last Mexico GP track was great if not a bit bumpy - wish they still had that - maybe not the best for TV but a proper hard lap to test the drivers.
Argentina wasn't too bad but just needed to be 'bigger' to allow for some overtaking.

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