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Neil Sheffield

January 26, 2011 10:11 AM

F1 » Cost row plunges Australian GP future into doubt

It would be a great loss. I think it's about time, Bernie started to drop his fee's. If that happened, maybe the circuits would drop their prices a little bit, bringing more people thjru the turn stiles. This way, making more money for the circuit ownerrs, and not the poison dwarf (no offense to real small people). I'm off to Silverstone, and it's just cost me over £300 for a ticket!!!!!!

Neil Sheffield

October 15, 2010 10:15 AM

F1 » Russia set for 2014 F1 debut

This money grabbing Troll, strikes again. Russia is a big place I agree, but I hope it is taking over from one of the boring race venues, we are watching this year!. There are at least 4 tracks that could go, to make way for this in 2014, but I bet it will all boil down to money.. It always does with this lot that run FIA

Neil Sheffield

October 07, 2010 3:41 PM

BTCC » YourRacingCar teams with AmD for 2011

chrischats. I'll be there on Saturday and Sunday, cheering everyone on.YRC was agreat idea, and I've been a member almost since day 1. Gives us Petrol Heads an idea into how a small team is run. Guzzi. If it was not for small teams like this, then there would be no BTCC. Most of the 2 car teams started off as only a 1 car race team. Maybe when you understand how much it costs to race for 1 season, then you might better understand. Bring on Sunday...

Neil Sheffield

September 28, 2010 10:12 AM

F1 » F1 2010 POLL: Who was to blame for Hamilton/Webber crash?

2 drivers fighting for the championship, as we all want, not a boring, no overtaking race, but more cars racing like these 2 did. Overall look after the several replays on Internet, I see it as... Webber clipped the curb, and front left tyre off the ground, so skidded slightly into Lewis. Lewis followed the racing line, did'nt see Mark, BOTH to blame, so a racing incident..

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