F1 » BBC hands Eddie Jordan 'expanded role' in 2011 F1 coverage

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Controversial questions would be great. If anyone took him seriously. The man's a clown. I'm sick and tired of hearing him harp on about how he gave so-and-so their first chance and suggesting he's really in tune with the independent teams because he ran one. Once upon a time. I also want to puke every time (and it happens a LOT) he kisses the asses of random celebrities and local royals. Questions would be wonderful but he more often makes statements, statements often grounded in the "reality" of his own sozzled candyfloss brain. And they're usually about himself. And how wonderful he is. The BBC have done so well but they're turning a blind eye to the majority of viewers, die-hard fans and casual drop-ins alike, who think this "authority" on the sport is a complete prat.

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