F1 » Teams claim calendar fixed without consultation


FOTA remains dissatisfied with final phase of 2012 F1 schedule - and claims calendar published without its OK.


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Tommo - Unregistered

September 29, 2011 12:24 AM

Yes dead man walking has lost it, although i would have to say he has managed to garner support with hosts which is no easy feat. Lets see Korea, India, Bahrain who would have thought, such politically stable places but i guess 25 mill is still 25 mill. where next? Botswana and Southern Angola? The calaendar change cost me an extra $750 to make it to Sepang next year just to move my dates. BE you owe me you walking cadaver.

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