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Drapetsona racing

Drapetsona racing

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Από τις 10 του μήνα Αυγούστου το είχε «πάρει το μάτι μου» στο διαδίκτυο το ωραίο αστείο τα περί πίστας φόρμουλα ένα στην Δραπετσώνα/Κερατσίνι.

Και που! Στο ESPN παρακαλώ το οποίο το επισυνάπτω ως  έχει με τα σχετικά σχόλια.

Νιος ήμουν και γέρασα κι αν είχαν γίνει τόσες πίστες όσες μέσα στα χρόνια έχουν δημοσιευτεί στα …χαρτιά, βεβαίως τότε πια Ιταλία , πια Γαλλία , πια Αγγλία πια Γερμανία κτλ. Θα  ήμασταν παγκοσμίου!

«Ορέ που πάμε»  που έλεγε και ο αείμνηστος Βασίλης Αυλωνίτης.

«Παιδί πιάσε ένα μεζέ με ένα καραφάκι»  (εκεί ψηλά στην Ευγένεια  ε!).

Greece harbours Formula One hope

ESPN Staff

August 10,

The Greek government has leant its backing to a proposal to host a grand prix in the port of Piraeus near Athens.

The initiative comes from the municipality of Drapetsona – an area of Piraeus which is ten miles from the capital Athens – which wants to redevelop a disused industrial area to incorporate a 3.23-mile circuit. With Greece facing severe economic problems, sports minister Konstantinos Cavaras confirmed that the project had the backing of the government, but did not mention where the funding would come from.

«We have to support all projects that market Greece,» Cavaras is quoted by Autoweek. «The possibility of having Drapetsona host a Formula One race would be very important for the development of Piraeus.»

Fellow minister Costas Tzavaras also leant his support to the bid, saying a race would generate worldwide interest.

«The main priority of this government is to create instruments of development,» he said. «In this critical time for our country, every effort that promotes Greece and attracts international interest is welcome and deserves our support.

«The prospect of holding Formula One races in Drapetsona raises expectations for upgrading our tourism product through the promotion of the historic port of Piraeus and the reformation of the broader region. Such a project would create new jobs and place our country anew on the international stage.»

Comments: 20

Posted  on (August 13 2012, 17:00 PM GMT)

Has anyone seen what happen to all the sports facilities left over from the last time Greece hosted the Olympic games? Um… Yeah… Greece can’t afford it, they won’t take care of it, or appreciate it.

Posted   on (August 13 2012, 11:53 AM GMT)

PLEASE NO !! not another «modern» event (cant call it a race) through city streets and bridges …………… I wish F1 can return to real RACE TRACKS like Nurburgring (the REAL Eifel track), Clermont Ferrand, Paul Richard, Branch Hatch, Donington, Watkins Glen, Mount Tremblant, old Hockenheim, Zolder, Zandvoort, old Kyalami, Buenos Aires, Jaqarapaqua, etc ……… these Tilke-tracks are stages with nothing to offer 😦 Monaco is the only worthy street circuit ……. :{

Posted   on (August 12 2012, 01:35 AM GMT)

holding an F1 Grand Prix is a luxury item, that a country hosting would require to be in a comfortable position to begin with. Greece is not in this solid and confident space right now, otherwise, it is one of the best regions in the world, with so much to offer. everyone deserves to participate and Greece is no exception. timing is the issue.

Posted by   on (August 11 2012, 21:24 PM GMT)

I think it’s a great idea. I’ve been to Greece and Athens has a magnificent beautiful coastal line where with previous Olympic developments combined with new planned developments of the old airport and formula 1 track at Piraeus will make it one of Europe’s top most attractive coastal properties. Greece has big tourism lets not forget this even if they are in financial difficulty. It’s tourism has lots to offer and is one of the few countries I’ve vacationed where I enjoy every bit of it from beaches, to scenery, to foods, to culture,to parties, to friendliness, security, it has the whole experience and F1 would do well there in summer months.

Posted  on (August 11 2012, 19:41 PM GMT)

I’m from Greece and I’ve been watching F1 for over twenty years. We know we have financial problems, but we aren’t the only country in the EU facing these problems… There’s Italy, Spain, Portugal and the list goes on. Also, Germany and EU aren’t donating us money; they are loaning us and not only do they get their money back on a regular basis but with INTEREST. And with a devastating cost to the people here. It’s easy for you to criticise and make fun of us just because we are a small country. So, even though we may not have the money to build a F1 track right now (something that for sure isn’t free), it does not you the right to laugh at us. I hope that you’re enjoying the Olympic games something that WE created and you enjoy for FREE. Maybe next time we should charge you for the Olympic flame!!!

Posted  on (August 11 2012, 18:53 PM GMT)

F1 in Greece would be like having 2 Grand Prixs in Spain. DOH!

Posted by   on (August 11 2012, 17:27 PM GMT)

equally ridiculous is Spanish banks looking for bail out money while Santander spends millions on Ferrari!!!

Posted  on (August 11 2012, 10:27 AM GMT)

..joke of the day. kick them out from the EU!

Posted  on (August 11 2012, 08:53 AM GMT)

Don’t worry, the Germans will be paying for it anyway…

Posted  on (August 11 2012, 06:41 AM GMT)

I am Greek and I love F1 but trust me, this is a very bad idea right now…

να ! κάπως έτσι θα είναι (απο τους εκπληκτικούς  δημιουργούς   της ομάδας Los Minin Drivers

 

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