F1 » Korea insists $36million loss is ‘short term issue’

The Korean Grand Prix incurred substantial operating losses for the third straight year, but insists that the long-term future is more promising.

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CoolhandmattF1 - Unregistered

November 22, 2012 5:15 PM

They talk about making F1 more affordable for the teams yet Bernie seems intent on killing F1 by charging ridiculous amounts for a race just so he can line his pockets further.
If this trend continues there will be NO European races on the calender in a few years.
Yes I agree it is a WORLD championship and F1 needs to expand into places its never been, but when a comparitively new venue, in a country that is not feeling the economic pressure that some are feeling, starts losing money then you have to question Bernies ethics.

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