"The Leicester Mercury understands that £120m worth of bonds issued earlier this week have now been withdrawn."
"'Silverstone will have the opportunity of exactly the same contract as Donington,' he said two weeks ago when Gillett missed his last deadline. Asked if that meant a 17-year contract, Ecclestone replied: 'Yes.'"
"Autosport understands that dialogue between Silverstone and Ecclestone has stepped up in recent weeks once Donington Park's problems came to light, and the track remains keen to put a deal together. However, Silverstone will only move forward with its desire for a long-term contract once it is confirmed that Donington Park is no longer capable of hosting next year's British GP."
Can you be a motorsport fan and a liberal? Thought-provoking stuff from occasional F1 Fanatic contributor Duncan Stephen.
"I think I’m actually a very different person now than I was a year ago – and some of that comes directly and indirectly from being world champion. I think this year has helped me to understand and appreciate more the challenge and thrill of Formula 1. I’d like to think I’m a more rounded individual as a result of my season, and I definitely think I’m a better driver."
"As for who will be Kubica's team-mate, Robert is pushing hard for Hamilton's current team-mate Heikki Kovalainen, knowing that he would be a reliable number two, and possibly believing that there's more to him than he has been able to show thus far at McLaren. Indeed the Finn was again seen openly hanging out with Renault personnel after the race, obviously not feeling the need to be particularly discrete about it."
Peter Windsor: "I've watched him a lot and have massive respect for him. I know people who know him very well. I believe Kyle can win a world championship in Formula One. I think he's got exactly the right talent, the right approach. I'd love to see him in a Formula One car. If he wants to jump in our car next year for doing some demonstrations here in the States, he's very welcome to do that."
"The latest rumours in Europe are that Campos is really struggling. There are reports that the Dallara chassis is behind schedule and that the team does not have enough money to complete the task and that it is considering taking over the programme and doing its own thing in Spain, with backing from some local or regional authorities in the country."
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