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April 12, 2012 11:33 AM

F1 » Group Lotus committed to F1

This seems like a very desperate statement from a company in serious dwang. And yes, it is Dany's fault. His ambition to compete with the likes of Ferrari and Lamborgini far exceeds his and Proton's means. Now Lotus need somebody who loves sports cars and has train loads of cash to save them. Can't see it happen somehow :-( , pity really because we need car manufacturers who still appreciate the fun of driving a light two seater sports car.


April 11, 2012 11:53 AM

F1 » Lotus hits out at Bahrain organisers

Richard, I think that what Lotus are peaved about is that extracts of the confidential report were used. It is one thing to say that you think that the race should go ahead and another to sanction support for the event. Everybody wants the race to go ahead but nobody wants to be perceived as a decision maker in this process. This is "Just in case" something horrific happens. Bernie wants to blame the teams , teams want to blame FIA etc.


April 02, 2012 2:54 PM

F1 » Protest death casts new cloud over Bahrain

@Arcuid, I agree with your comment completely. We certainly do want the sport to be global and the races in Japan , Asia , Singapore etc are fantastic. My problem is with having races in countries where the majority of the people do not support F1 , or more importantly cannot afford to support F1. The lavish extravagance of the F1 circus rubbed in the faces of these people, so that Bernie can make a few bucks, is wrong.


April 02, 2012 2:10 PM

F1 » Protest death casts new cloud over Bahrain

The question of, whether this race should go ahead or not, has become political ping pong. This puts a damper on the sport and should be removed from the calander once and for all. No sane person would be rushing out to buy tickets for this event. Bernie is directly responsible for this mess. We need F1 to be raced at the traditional western world circuits where the majority of F1 followers come from anyway.


March 30, 2012 1:36 PM

F1 » Sutil withdraws conviction appeal

People make mistakes and need to be forgiven. I am sure that Adrian has suffered enough over the past year for what was a stupid action as a consequence of a boozing night out. I am glad that he an Eric Lux have now put this behind them and time to move on. Good luck to Adrian in getting back into F1. I think that he is very talented and deserves a shot in a decent car.

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