Friday July 6, 2012
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Yeah-It's a great pity about our weather. Me and my sons used to go to silverstone in the late ninetys-We had two gloriously sunny weekends camped on the field-it was fantastic and nowhere else on the racing calendar could compare with it's atmosphere. One year however it poured down-we were soaked to the skin despite being under cover at stowe corner (EXPENSIVE-VERY) our car and caravan got bogged down on our way off the field. But it was even worse for the people who sat on wet grass to watch these multi-millionares whizz past at £25.000 a lap. No one seems to care about us fan's gettig soaked-being ripped off in the extreme with the hot dog van's etc and having no proper toilet facilities.They dont show that side on sky do they?. And today they are telling us (After saving up for a year) Not to turn up on there sodden flooded field's. We cant control the British weather but it;s usually wet wet wet.................Spend some money on proper accomodation for the fans----Send the thieving robbing unhealthy food vendors packing. If we can all be undercover-fed and looked after just a little then we once again might flock to watch F1 at Silverstone. Otherwise F1 as we Knew it will disapear. It cost us more for 3 nights and tickets to get drowned than it did for two week;s of glorious sunshine in Spain. Will Jensen and lewis care? I THINK NOT.
I don't know Mark ? Bit of an idiot IMO....remarkable how someone could be so dumb "Why not let Silverstone be enclosed"
Great job Lewis, and good to see Button in the top "6" Action again, let hope he can improve more. Idea for silver stone or Bernie Eccleston. Why not let Silverstone become the first racing track to be enclosed ( uncover) with the British weather that would like it more interesting both for the fans and the race.
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