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November 21, 2009 8:47 PM

F1 » Ecclestone suggests fresh hope for Donington

Whatever you do don't trust BE. He's an evil little man, but a clever evil little man. I would't be at all surprised if he hadn't conjured all this up from day one. Nobody thought the Donington plan would fly so BE must have also known it was doomed to failure. That then gave him the opportunity to get back at Silverstone. I'm happy about the MotoGP going back to Silverstone but BE's little game has now f****d up Donington for the BSB and WSBK rounds. OK, I'm sorry for you genuine F1 fans, but BE is your guy. I get the distinct feeling that we 2 wheel fans will have to suffer as well.


November 11, 2009 7:26 PM

BSB » Neil Hodgson back in British Superbike.

@Wood 'rinky dink tracks' - you have to be joking? Shows how much you know about UK tracks....nothing. BSB circuits have everything that the US circuits don't. That includes character (we actually have spectators), history (read the books), safety (read the dictionary) and a requirement for skilled riders (OK, I'll give you that one. The US does generate skilled riders every decade or so). @Buelliful ..agreed..see above. @tom could be correct. All depends on the bike but NH was always quick. I'd be surprised if he wins but I'm sure he won't be embarassed. I, for one, welcome him back!


October 19, 2009 9:47 PM

MotoGP » Rossi loses 'great' battle, set to finish title fight.

Hey guys, get back to the subject. I appreciate your 'more normal' posts - not this rubbish!! Interesting that so many refer to this race as exciting because it was clear from early on that VR was not going to risk it after the prat crash from JL. Bet you all a pound to a pinch of sh*t that the race would have been meant had the championship depended upon it. (i.e VR would really have gone for the overtake - whether it would have stuck or not, I don't know). I'm not taking anything away from CS or VR but entertaining yes - exciting no.


October 13, 2009 8:57 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: Donington in breach of contract

This is not over yet. Absolutely everyone doubted Doningtons ability to get the finance in place and up-grade the circuit to 21st century standards in the time required. I'm convinced that BE knew this would happen and engineered it with the sole objective to be able to confront Silverstone again. Problem is that whilst he is a nasty piece of work, he is a clever nasty piece of work and knows exactly what he is doing. I for one would certainly back Silverstone if they told him to work it. However, I'm quite happy - the bike GP is at Silverstone. By the way, Jonathan Palmer should bid for Donington.

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