I hope so. Even if F1 doesn't come through, I've got several reasons why I want that track open. One of them is because I happen to really really dislike a person that lives on the hill right above where the track is being built, and I'd love for him to have to listen to loud cars all day. Then again, his property value may jump because of this. Before the track was announced, the only thing in that area was... nothing. I bet that little Elroy town might actually turn into something more than a crappy gas station now.You really do post some nonsense on here. But again, Bernie is (in)famous for stirring shit up before a track is completed. Look what happened before Seoul finally got up and running, he threatened them several times to kill the project.
Again, the fact he "extended" the deadline is promising. After all this business posturing, they'll get it done. Both sides want it too much.
Yeah,that is really the most promising sign in the past few weeks. If Bernie wanted it cancelled it'd be over by now.Again, the fact he "extended" the deadline is promising. After all this business posturing, they'll get it done. Both sides want it too much.