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From a purely British motorsport angle this is obviously very sad news for iSport in particular and open top racing in general -especially coming on the heels of the demise of Fomula Two and the near death experience faced by British F3. So,let's hope the new junior formula,Formula 4,is the success it seems set to be,because we badly need a lift. And when the financial climate improves let's hope iSport are pressing to get back where they belong.