F1 » Australian GP loses support of local council.


Australian Grand Prix receives a fresh blow as Melbourne's local council argues it does not benefit the country, despite suggestions that a new deal to take the race through to 2015 is all-but signed and sealed.


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me - Unregistered

June 30, 2008 9:23 AM

Street circuits in general are notorious for single file racing, but it's actually one of the few that has overtaking opportunities.
There is no other circuit even close to the standard required by the FOM, and it would take many millions to change that.

Hmmmm, thanks to bernie. So tell me, how was it before bernie? A mess is what it was, with safety a major issue, financial instability, television rights bouncing between teams, himself, and the FIA. You have no idea about the internals of F1 so dont crap on. He's turned F1 into the most successful, stable racing series in the world. If that comes at the expense off the odd whining fan, tough noogies.

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