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@ Tiapan, my point was that it takes time for a fanbase and support to grow, in reaction to initial comments about empty stands. (And on that, I'd rather see empty stands in interesting cities, than full stands in the middle of a field in Surrey).
Europe made F1, true, congrats. But that shouldn't overshadow the fact that F1 cannot survive relying on a Europe-only business model. There is just no reason to race for no money. (And, btw, stating the obvious facts that Europe has no money to support F1 races, and that half of the races in Europe are just as boring as the Tilke-dromes, doesn't mean I'm insulting Europe or even insinuating that F1 doesn't need Europe.)
If that wasn't true, HRT would be flush with sponsors. And they had how many over their three years? Oh yea, 1 (from India).
Old fanboys are OBSESSED with what F1 USED to be, and where it came from. Who cares? Watch Goodwood to relive the good old days.
I like watching Formula One, a cutting-edge, technologically