"We are not prepared to charge less. Do we need a British Grand Prix? No."
"This might be exactly the time when fans can bring a bit of pressure to bear and increase the chances of the race taking place."
Murray Walker: “I believe 100 per cent that Ross should be honoured with a knighthood. He personifies British engineering expertise and he has single-handedly commanded attention, without bluff or bluster and with a lot of charm and humility, on a world stage bursting with competition. When you look at some of the chaps, in various occupations, who have been knighted you wonder what the heck they ever did to earn it. That’s not the case with Ross.”
"It will be a harmonious relationship. That's necessary to improve everything. It will also be necessary to reduce costs: considering the time we live in, carrying on at these levels is absurd. […] I feel affection for Mosley, but we are different in our culture, studies, and nationalities. There are many things I see differently from him."
Norbert Haug: "One thing is for sure though – guys who are out for money are not the right ones for us – whoever it may be. I won't name anyone, but we want to have full commitment from someone who is success-oriented, not someone saying 'I am a big name, pay me a lot of money and I will drive for you.'"
"Matthew Brabham, grandchild of three-time F1 World Champion Sir Jack, completed a lap of the Surfers Paradise street circuit today in a Cooper T51 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his grandfather's first world title."
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