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@mrfill: 1MalaysiaRacing (Caterham) makes one Malaysian team. And fine, Lotus is only a title-sponsor, but add that to Petronas and you have two title-sponsors (1 more than GB), and one fully owned team in F1 from Malaysia. That's 3 of 11 teams. (Also, Alex Yoong drove around the back of the grid in a Minardi for a few years.) That means that Malaysia has more representation in F1 than most European countries. Quite frankly, the same goes for India. Ma Qinghua drove an F1 car in an official session, which makes him an F1 driver (he has a superlicense). Not an active racer, no, but still better representation than most other countries (when was the last Hungarian driver to even test? Maybe they should lost their race...) These old-school Euro-F1 fanboys need to wake up and realize that Europe can't pay for F1 anymore (you think Bernie leaving will stop that?!). I don't miss Imola, the A1 ring, Valencia, Magny-Cours, Estoril, and I wouldn't miss Hungary or Barcelona. I don't



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