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10/10/2011

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Norris, thanks for all the updates on the Wickens' championships year.
Very much appreciated that on occasion, when it's impossible to watch the race, your comments are there to fill the gap.

Thanks for the updates on Wickens. I hope he gets a full-time F1 ride next year. It would be a shame if he doesn't and Vergne does.

RW's championship made front page news on the Guelph Mercury's website, and here in Norris' blog here (many thanks). Shamefully ignored by all 4 Toronto puck obsessed dailies.

Canadian companies need to get behind Robert Wickens and realize that supporting a "kid" in a high level of racing means great loyalty in the racing fan base.....I applaud Sprott out of Ottawa for grabbing James Hinchcliffe in IndyCar and pushing him to the front....Until Sprott did that, who had ever heard of them??.....Wickens needs, and deserves, Canadian business support....Labatt/Unibroue would be smart to jump on board!.....congratulations Robert!....

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