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I agree with him. The race brings in more money to the economy than is spent on it by a huge ammount. It's a great thing for Melbourne and Im ashamed at my fellow Aussies who kick up such a fuss about it. It's always the same negative people who have nothing better to do with their lives than to complain and whinge about everything and everyone. I feel sorry for them.
I went to last years GP. I spent 6 days in Melbourne at a cost of $900 for hotels . spent $1,100 on Tickets (2 people), at least $150 on food, drinks and merchandise for each of the 4 days at the track. every night we ate out at a cost of about $100per night. Plus the cost of public transport at about 30 per day. and a little extra spending money, lets say about $500. thats a total cost of nearly $3,000 just for 2 people. I'm pretty sure my partner and myself were not the only 2 people at the Gp. There was a total attendance of 300,000people over the 4 days, even if only 50,000 of those people where not locals, if they