F1 » Ecclestone: Europe 'good for tourism, but not F1'

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Perhaps he should think about why he wants races to be held at night in Asia. Hint: because your TV audience is in Europe and most don't want to get up at 4am for you. He should realize that the vast majority of F1 fans are located in Europe and all he does is alienating those fans by taking the races from their local tracks, while barely gaining fans at other locations. He may be able to make nice deals and lots of money halfway across the globe, but he should remember that ultimately he makes money because we here in Europe watch. Once we stop watching, there is no F1.

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