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Charest must stay the course and hold firm.
Good for the protesters for job well done, Ecclestone and the city officials must realize that they should not count on one weekend to make a business case for the whole year. Montreal shops rely too much on GP weekend revenues.
The race was hijacked not by protesters but by the tires the FIA asked from Pirelli. F1 must bring back the tire war. Must liberate the tire engineering rules and must allow free allocation of weight distribution on the cars. What has taken place is anti-Formula 1.

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