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CommodoreS

January 26, 2013 1:57 AM
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F1 » Ecclestone responds to Melbourne criticism


Guys I don't want to get involved in discussion regarding SVG. Leave that to the Australian Social Media Stream. Shane has his Personal Reasons which the Australian Motorsport Fans need to understand All I can say a third party put the deal together and has been ongoing since October. We see it business as normal and with the introduction of SVG lets go play Richard did you also know Red Bull have entered V8 Supercars with no expense spared.They have replaced Vodaphone with 888 Racing Engineering. Casey Stoner will be joining the team within the Development Series despite present denials. He has recently purchased a home on the Gold Coast $4.25M. .

CommodoreS

January 25, 2013 2:06 PM

F1 » Ecclestone responds to Melbourne criticism


Richard it is specifically designed for International and Domestic events inclusive of F1. Money is a factor.The build cost is $500M AUD approx The proposal was put forward to the QLD Govt sometime ago and was declined. This is a further attempt but has some healthy political clout behind it this time around. The Gold Coast is Australia's mega tourism spot with present amusements parks but this would be a healthy addition particularly with the attraction of Motorsport. I have friends who are involved and they have a show of confidence it will proceed.All remains to be seen. Depends on Politicians and which side of the bed they wake up. Appreciate the thanks for our plans despite the present turmoil. Limited to what you can say on a open forum. I would like to tell you more.

CommodoreS

January 25, 2013 12:54 PM

F1 » Ecclestone responds to Melbourne criticism


Richard seeing I can't post a link Google "IMETT Australian Motorsport" and see what they propose for QLD. Tilkes already been approached for design. Can't see it happening but one can only dream. Totally agree regarding the present G.C. Circuit.As it stands they had to shorten it due to residential demands and is presently under pressure. South Australia don't want it. Clipsal is sufficient. Whilst the Vic Govt have there stubborn ways Albert Park would be there only consideration. What ammuses me the books of the G.P. have always been open for scutiny by the public but no one bothers to ask the question until this time every year. The figures go through what we call the Auditor General and there charter says they can't hide anything and are open to disclosure. We are mid range in sanction fees for F1 and the upturn in financial return justifies the event so I don't see a problem except from Politicians and Residential upstarts who now surround the circuit

CommodoreS

January 24, 2013 12:36 PM

F1 » Ecclestone responds to Melbourne criticism


Richard there's no need for a alternative. This happens every year. Its nothing but a Political Agenda. The Vic Govt recognise they need the tourism dollars but there is always someone who prefers to stir the pot. They are presently hosting the Australian Open Tennis at the Rod Laver Arena which is in the Albert Park area but thats a a different story. P.S. Googs - Been reading the headlines. Hectic couple of days and it just keeps comming

CommodoreS

January 19, 2013 11:07 AM

F1 » Newey: Rule change led to slow start


Sunny by illustration 2012 the FIA sought there wording of the book to be restrictive towards RBR and won however were not in a postion to prove illegalities. How is that fair play when they write the book and fail to stop interpretation. Grammer begins in Kindergarten. Either make the Rulebook Starch Proof or leave it open for innovation and acceptance during a season without the wondering


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