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The Future Of Canadian GP In Doubt

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RaceDepartment, Jun 5, 2013.

  1. RaceDepartment

    RaceDepartment
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  3. Would be a shame lose this venue...
     
  4. I really like Montreal, in games or in real racing

    Hope it stays
     
  5. mystaaRS

    mystaaRS
    If you get a Quali Place, you can get a Race Pace

    It would be a shame to use many current venues, especially if they are to be replaced with more Asian or other venues. Personally I think we need more European Venues past and present.
     
  6. In doubt? Granted, it's not a done deal yet, but negociations with Ottawa (Tories) aren't over yet. Harper wants more votes from Quebec, not less. On the other hand, Bernie owns the track. Why wouldn't he invest in his own business?
     
  7. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff Member

    Bernie says "build", they do it and save the GP for a season or two, then Bernie dumps them in favour of a Russian or Mexican GP.

    I love this circuit, and it's only recently come back into the calender after being dropped once before.

    The same could be said for Melbourne, which always seems to be under threat too.

    Dumping classic tracks in favour of brand new circuits with an excess of run-off areas making them less challenging.
     
  8. Andrew Ford

    Andrew Ford
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    Hope they get rid of it. Too much corner cutting on f1 2012 lol
    Seriously though, apart from turn 15, the rest is rather dull - especially with drs.
     
  9. Dux

    Dux
    The 1st MK Formula 1 rFactor Sim-Racing Champion

    Canadian GP one of my favorite... it would be a shame
     
  10. How quick people are to forget the best F1 race of the last decade!

    Jenson comming from the back of the field to beat Vettle, in the wet was one of the best races I have ever seen and I've been watching since 1978. This track is far better than any of the Tilke designs, get rid of them first.
     
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  11. I personally love this track, it's like Monaco on steroids!!
     
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  12. Andrew Ford

    Andrew Ford
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    i remember it more for hamilton getting smashed by button :-(

    it's each to his/her own really isn't it? I bet it's great to drive but then again, it doesn't compare to a real high speed monster like spa which has everything.
     
  13. True
     
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