I think that Mclaren need to be severely punished for letting Lewis run a muck on a open road, they should definitely have their constructors stripped for next year.
"Should Ron Dennis be banned? ...... This is a world that goes around quickly."
The best thing about Finance Minister Bill English\'s latest Budget is that it does finally signal a much greater role for the private sector in the New Zealand economy. And another step along the way to extract this country from the political cul-de-sac in which Helen Clark\'s Labour Government parked us.
Roll on the A1GP much better then the boring one sided affair of F1.
I wanted to but I don't think it will happen.How much are decent tickets?
PricesNot too bad, $409 for Schuey stand.EDIT: Looking at the current map, the Senna stand used to be combined with the Prost stand I think, well where I sat was right in the middle of the corner so you could see the whole section where they go into the pits and right up to about the front of the grid.Would be good if you could trial the tickets or something, as the thing I don't like about seats on corners is the cars go heaps slow around the corners, and I wanna see them go flat out. Or at least pedal to the metal.On the inside of Turn 15 would be pretty sweet I reckon, but yea. The map says they go about 85 K's around Turn 15 (I remember from all the F1 games it is like the slowest corner on the circuit )
Would you see across to the other side of the track? and up the straight from turn 15?Fine I will take moss stand.
Need a big screen to watch >.<
A report on the auto race, tabled in Victorian state parliament last October, revealed revenue decreased from $47.5 million in 2006 to $43.4 million last year.Last year's Australian Grand Prix ran at a loss of nearly $35 million.Since the event moved from Adelaide, the Melbourne GP has lost more than $120 million.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2008/02/03/2153083.htmAustralian GP quite possibly fucked.Since it was moved from Adelaide, SO MOVE IT BACK YOU NUBS!
Nope, won't happen, and unless the AUssies introduce night racing they'll lose it completely.Ecclestone is only interested in the $$$ not taking F1 around the world, and he loses all the advertising revenue if the Europeans aren't watching - which they don't when the race is in the middle of their night.