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05/22/2012

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Hey with all that money Bernie has maybe he can pay for the student's tuition....then again its more than that now. Good luck, Montreal. You're gonna need it.

I have always wondered why promoters line their pockets with profits (in most instances) and all the corner workers at tracks do their very critical job for free. Yes, they have a passion for the sport and it puts them as close to the action as you can get. But I agree with Norris... there is something seriously wrong here. When our (charitable, not for profit) organization holds a track day at Mosport we not only provide the workers lunch, but also give them an honorarium. Why don't the promoters do that???

You are so wrong about Bernie leaving F1 in a pine box - it will be solid gold!

Barry

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