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August 08, 2014 10:18 PM

BTCC » Plato: FWD cars at end of development curve

Jason Plato may be a good driver and Marketing person. But over the last 2 years, he has lost a lot of the Public's respect due to his antics both on and off the track. When will he learn to take a step backwards and study himself through the eyes of the spectators and supporters of BTCC. If he carries on as he is, nobody will take him seriously, and that includes the Companies that pay for his Motorsport!!!


August 18, 2014 9:16 PM

BTCC » Hamilton reveals BTCC dream

I say good for him, if he can pull it off! The rest of us mere mortals will have to scratch around to find the £350k +per season, needed to get in to the BTCC . There are many young drivers who are desperate to get in to this, but it's all down to finding the funding required! - Different World!


August 14, 2014 9:26 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: When the show turns fatal

I agree with number 6. - As an Official in Karting, an ex Driver with over 40yrs experience and also now as a Father of an 18year old Race driver in cars, I am appalled at the mindset, particularly in Karting, of some of the younger drivers relatively new to the sport. This behaviour is also encouraged by their Parents and those running the Teams, who think it is acceptable to abuse and ignore Officials and Marshals running the events! This young man lost his life, due to losing control of the situation and walking on to a "live" circuit. Whether or not it was the accepted thing to do due to "media" interest or for other reasons is neither here or there! In the UK, the MSA Governing Body for Motorsports face a continual uphill struggle against bad behaviour by competitors, usually with more money than talent, who have not learnt to restrain themselves after an incident, and subsequently,use a degree of common sense. This situation , and all the various excuses such as "Red Mist" and

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