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fkqmz
18 Jun 11 10:46
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I'll happily answer this question

Because Hong Kong has absolutely no history or heritage in motorsport, offers nothing to the sport in terms of drivers / manufacturers and isnt famed for its F1 following. to be fair Singapore also fits this bill but theyre in now so i suppose therell be no getting rid of them. why the hell should ANOTHER classic track lose it's grand prix for the sake of political correctness and maximum profitability. it makes me sick how imola and magny cours have given way for the likes Bahrain and Abu Dhabi, i sometimes think the FIA hold no compassion for the heritage of this sport whatsoever, w@kners!

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GPT
When: 18 Jun 11 16:27
You really don't know anything about F1 do you pillockLaugh
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baracouda30
When: 18 Jun 11 16:47
How exactly is "political correctness" influencing where GPs are held?

What a bizarre statement.
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fkqmz
When: 21 Jun 11 12:42
i've got as many GP starts as you GPT Laugh failure
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