Thursday, 16 October 2008

And the hope remains for Canada GP return

Multiply the efforts to rescue the race, with the Mayor of Montreal, Gérald Tremblay, the minister of economic development for the provinces, Raymond Bachand, and the federal minister responsible for Montreal, Michael Fortier, to have a meeting scheduled with Bernie Ecclestone, this week to discuss a solution.
Tremblay said the site Pitpass that "there are still many opportunities for negotiation to explore," adding that "we are aware that there is a difference between the contractual Grand Prix du Canada and sr. Ecclestone, somewhere between 10 and 20 million dollars" . Referring still going to try "to understand the economic side, legal and administrative before taking a decision financially responsible," Tremblay said it will be done "everything we can to save the GP."
Meanwhile, Paul Wilson, vice president of marketing for Grand Prix of Canada, the CBC News clarified that the amount is put in 30 million, and that to achieve the desired profit to meet the demands of Bernie Ecclestone, the price of tickets would have to be doubled in 2009.
MY OPINION: Everything that is the Formula 1 TODAY to the Bernie Ecclestone .. . . I'm sure he will do everything we can. . . . I wanted to because we will then be THE BEST FOR FORMULA 1 - Lionel de Campos Jorge