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The week in motor sport (05/07/2011)

The British Grand Prix is fast approaching and this week Damien Smith and I discuss the race and the new pit and paddock complex at Silverstone. We also talk about Williams’ decision to use Renault engines next year and the new partnership between Virgin Racing and McLaren. We also have a brief look at the Imola 6 Hours and the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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  1. David, 24 December 2011 07:54

    What has happened when racing journalists declare how “boring” they found a grand prix – Valencia? I do not remember who said this, but a grand may be processional, but it is not boring. Maybe Damien Smith and Ed Foster should consider an alternative line of work.

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