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CommodoreS

October 27, 2012 1:44 PM

F1 » Vettel and Webber lock out front row once again


@ Googs Mate that video was actually filmed in England. Mark was also a ballboy for the Canberra Raiders in his teen years who were sponsored by the Milk Coy. Mark still remains a keen supporter of the Raiders Anyway good on him to-day and welcome a good race to-morrow. P.S Googs off to Yas Marina Tuesday to be a support act for F1. Cars are there Monday.Air Freighted to-morrow.

CommodoreS

October 13, 2012 3:14 PM

F1 » Webber edges Vettel as Red Bull earns lock-out


Mark on Twitter: A mega lap that was! And we as Australians why shouldn't we share those sentiments together with congratulating the podium to-morrow whoever it may be however I will be supporting Mark Win/Lose or Draw with the same applying to Daniel Ricciardo. Chin Up Seb you were beaten fair and square in qualifying however to-morrow we may be congratulating you for a fine win or podium however I would prefer to hear the Australian Anthem. Googs/Matt/Richard hope you are well. Thanks Googs for the compliments on a past thread, It was a good result and hope to do 6 better next weekend on the Gold Coast.

CommodoreS

September 26, 2012 3:44 PM

F1 » Melbourne seeks reduced F1 fee


Ken this was also in the original statement: "Ms Asher said a 2011 economic impact statement estimated the event generated between $32 and $39 million, and another $35 million in media exposure." The initial costs are borne by the Victorian Govt but recovered through other sources. At the moment it does need a look at the Management process.

CommodoreS

September 26, 2012 2:40 PM
Last Edited 569 days ago

F1 » Melbourne seeks reduced F1 fee


Peter Logan does not have a clue what he is talking about and the original article does not totally read like this. It goes on to expand that Melbourne appreciate the exposure and economic benefit and they are aware other states of Australia would be more than willing to accept the prestige. Here's a excerpt:"However, Ms Asher said it was not in the government's interest to relinquish an event that had economic benefits in promoting tourism and branding Victoria." The 2013 AGP is already being heavily promoted nationally


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