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German GP Can Only Be Saved by a Sold Out 2016 Race

Jul 17, 2015
1966 German GP

The German GP is one of the oldest in F1 history. Lorenzo Bandini in a Ferrari at the 1966 GP.

Though the German GP is expected to return next year after it was included to the 2016 Formula One calendar, its future is not safe at all.

The 2015 German GP was originally scheduled to this weekend. However as the Nurburgring and the Hockenheimring both struggle financially, the event was dropped from this year’s Formula One calendar. Since Stirling Moss won the 1961 race in a Lotus-Climax at the 22-kilometer-long Nurbugring Nordschleife, no year passed without Germany hosting a Formula One Grand Prix.

Though Formula One was done with the Nordschleife after Niki Lauda’s horrible accident in 1976, it was always either the Nurburgring Sudschleife or the Hockenheimring that hosted the event since 1961. With the Nurbugring being pulled out this year, possibly for good, the future of the German GP lies at Hockenheim. But first of all, a sold out race is a must for 2016.

SkySports.com: German GP not out of the woods yet, warns Hockenheim chief

A sold out 2016 Grand Prix in Hockenheim might save the future of Formula One in Germany. The track is also prepared to hold the 2017 German GP if needed, gambling news report. To secure a long term future for the race in Germany, it is necessary to attract the fans in numbers.

German GP head organizer

Hockenheim chief Georg Seiler says this year’s revenue will be decisive about the future (Photo: dpa)

The 2015 German GP was scheduled to this weekend initially before it was cancelled in March, as keen followers of live sports results might remember. The Nurburgring would have hosted this year’s event originally, however the leaders of the circuit were unable to reach an agreement with Bernie Ecclestone.

To step in for 2015 wouldn’t be a profitable move for Hockenheim. However the venue had no problem with the 2016 German GP. So that the event was scheduled to the recently issued provisional 2016 calendar, that includes as much as 21 races. If everything goes according to plans, next year’s season would be the longest ever in Formula One history.

Crash.net: German GP survival hinges on 2016 ‘full house’

Hockenheimring executives stated that a sold out 2016 German GP is a must for keeping the event in the Formula One calendar for long. The German Grand Prix was scheduled for 2016 but that doesn’t guarantee that the series will return to the country in the future beyond next year.

2014 German GP

Last year’s German GP saw a German driver win in a German car in front of half-empty stands (crash.net)

It never happened since 1960 that the German GP was left out from the F1 calendar, as many of those who follow sports scores might know. This year however Nurbugring pulled out because of financial problems in March. Then it was too late to strike a lucrative deal with Hockenheim, and the 2015 German Grand Prix was dropped.

The event was already under threat in the past years. Sebastian Vettel might have dominated the series, but home supporters just weren’t interested. Only 50,000 supporters were watching Nico Rosberg claiming his home victory in a Mercedes last year. Now it seems that the 2016 German GP will be held at Hockenheim, but nothing else is a certainty.

Pitpass.com: 2016 event will decide future of F1 in Germany

Though Mercedes was there to help out the organizers, no deal was agreed in March. This meant that the German GP was dropped from the 2015 Formula One calendar after it was alternated between Nurburgring and Hockenheim for years.

2014 German GP

Lauda says people are not given good service for the high ticket prices they must pay (Photo: Active Pictures)

Georg Seiler, Hockenheimring’s managing director expressed that the future of the German GP is up to the 2016 event. According to experts only a sold out event can keep Germany in the F1 calendar. Seiler said, “We need a well filled house next year so that Formula One has a future. We must tell the fans: come to the race next year and secure the future of F1 at Hockenheim.”

He added, “It is very sad because Formula One is an image carrier all over the world. For other countries it is part of their tourism promotion, money comes from other areas and they can stage the races without problems.”

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The week in pictures: July 07- July 13, 2015

Jul 14, 2015

Weekly news in pictures

Last week brimmed over with big news stories so lets take a moment to look back at some of the most important from the last seven days

In a crowded field of candidates, currently some 17 Republicans are competing for their party’s nomination for President in the 2016 race, Donald Trump continued to grab the headlines last week as he paraded his anti-Mexican rhetoric, insulted the press and then in defiance of the available evidence said of himself  “I’m, like, a really smart person.” He also promised to release his personal financial records, something he need do if he wants to participate in the August 6th televised debate.

The massacre at Srebrenica was commemorated some 20 years on with one guest, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, being chased from proceedings by an angry crowd that threw first insults and then bottles and stones, one of which struck him in the face. The massacre saw Bosnian-Serbs murder 8,000 Muslim men and boys in an event the international courts have ruled as an act of genocide, something Serbia, or the Bosnian-Serbs, still refuse to admit.

The Syriza led government of Alexis Tsipras in Greece continued to try and find a way forward with it’s Eurozone creditors last week but with the Greek population having voted down austerity measures in a referendum the EU seems to have now moved on from simply wanting to help to wanting to punish Greece, humiliate its government and force Tsipras from power. It remains to be seen if this bullying will prove more costly than Greece was already costing them.

In sport Raheem Sterling may well be moving from Liverpool to Manchester City after the two sides agreed a transfer deal valued at forty nine million pounds, the 20 year old just needing to pass a medical to secure the move. The deal will make him the most expensive English player ever but will it help Man City next season? You’ll have to read our daily news pages to find out, but in the meantime lets look back at some of the major stories we covered in the last seven days.

1. Gerrard is the second high-profile English footballer in Galaxy’s club history after David Beckham but “Liverpool Red” at heart.

Steven Gerrard press conference

Steven Gerrard number 8 jersey in the LA Galaxy team (Photo: FOX Sports)

2. Iker Casillas was expected to leave Real Madrid and join FC Porto thanks to various components, such as Lopetegui’s call or De Gea’s arrival.

Iker Casillas Porto leap of faith

Iker Casillas leaving Real Madrid (Photo: Guardian)

3. Serving and volleying helped Richard Gasquet to reach the 2015 Wimbledon semifinals.

Wimbledon serve and volley richard gastquet victory

Richard Gastquet at Wimbledon (Photo: nydailynews)

4. The momentum was on England’s side after the first two days of the 2015 Ashes series.

Ashes 2015 Moeen Ali England

Moeen Ali, hero of the Day at Ashes 2015 test (Photo: AP)

5. Serbian Tennis player Novak Djokovic beats Swiss international Roger Federer to win Wimbledon 2015 and achieve back to back wins.

Wimbledon 2015 final Djokovic

Novak Djokovic: Sweet taste of Wimblendon…victory (Photo: The Week)

6. Russia national team coach Fabio Capello was sacked by the Russian Football Union.

Russia Sacked Capello

Fabio Capello, ex-coach of the Russian football team (Photo: FIFA)

7. Ivan Basso quit the Tour de France 2015 due to testicular cancer.

Tour de France 2015 Ivan Basso

Fighting a terrible enemy, like Armstrong before him… (Photo: YouTube)

Meanwhile a reckless driver in Los Angeles has hit the headlines after being captured on film driving through well-known portions of the city at speed for several miles in reverse. The dark coloured Audi not only exceeded the speed limit but also nearly hit pedestrians, swerved into oncoming traffic and has been said by police to be “some of the most reckless driving investigators have ever seen”. The vehicle and driver have yet to be traced although investigations are ongoing.

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The week in pictures: June 16 – June 22, 2015

Jun 23, 2015

Weekly news in pictures

With lots of big news stories breaking over the last seven days so lets take our regular look back at some of the most important

The United States once again found its problems with racism front and center as a twenty one year old white supremacist gunned down nine members of a black church’s congregation in Charleston, South Carolina. Dylann Roof was later arrested and charged with the murders. Also raising issues of gun control the National Rife Association managed to excel itself with one executive stating on the internet that the blame for the deaths lay with the church that wouldn’t allow the congregation to carry weapons of their own. Hastily deleted the comments highlight the US’ dysfunctional relationship with guns.

The financial row between Greece and the Eurozone nations continued last week as both sides failed to agree on proposals for the maintenance of the nation’s crippling debt. Greeks fear the imposition of harsh austerity measures imposed by the EU, European Central Bank and IMF, will further damage their economy and the bankers refuse to unlock bailout funds before the Greeks agree. June 30th sees the deadline for a payment of 1.6 billion Euros on Greek debt and failure to pay might see them exit the currency sparking an even wider crisis.

Casino owner and billionaire buffoon, Donald Trump, a man with a naturally occurring wig and no sense of his own ridiculousness, announced he would be standing as a candidate for President of the United States in 2016 and in a rambling speech at the Trump Tower in Manhattan, squarely placed the blame for the nation’s problems on the shoulders of Mexicans who he seemed to believe were all gun runners, drug dealers and rapists. His entry into an already crowded Republican field ensures this election won’t be short on comedy even as the infighting begins on that side of the aisle.

In sport Tiger Woods’ slump in performance hit a new low as he missed the cut for the US Open fifteen years after winning it by a clear 15 shot lead. With recent performances disappointing many fans are wondering when the star will bounce back and make a rousing return to his winning ways. Will he manage it? You’ll have to read our daily news pages to find out if he does or not, but in the meantime lets look back over some of the major stories we covered over the last seven days.

1. Gambling Results announced one of the greatest sports events in football, Copa America.

copa america odds

Watch the odds and bet (Photo: ESPNFC)

2. Jack Wilshere scored two goals against Slovenia and provided a comeback victory in England’s EURO 2016 qualifier.

jack wilshere slovenia england

Definitely, the man of the game (Photo: Getty Images via The Telegraph)

3. New Jersey lawmakers have a referendum in mind regarding adding more casinos to New Jersey outside Atlantic City.

casinos in new jersey

More casinos, hopefully luckier more successful than the ones in Atlantic City (Photo: Wikipedia)

4. Gambling Results sketched a review of the NBA Finals game three where the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors played on Tuesday June 9th.

nba final 2015 game 3

NBA Final, 2015, Game 3 (Photo: nba.com)

5. As the trophy got a little bit closer to one of the teams, Gambling Results thought of presenting the highlights of the NBA Finals game four between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors on Thursday July 11.

nba final 2015 game 4

NBA Final 2015, Game 4 (Photo: nba.com)

6. Taking a look at some transfers in football, we saw Jose Mourinho, Chelsea’s coach showing confidence in Falcao’s recovery.

falcao chelsea 2015

Fast recovery and top shape, dude! (Photo: NDTV)

7. As last week was all about basketball, we analyzed the NBA Finals games five and six between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors in which the Warriors won claiming the 2015 NBA Championship.

nba final 2015 game 5 and 6 winner

NBA 2015: Games 5 and 6 say it all… (Photo: nba.com)

Meanwhile the bravery of a cat was recognized in Los Angeles last week when the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals presented it’s trophy for National Hero Dog to Tara, a feline, instead.
Tara had run to the aid of its six year old autistic owner who, whilst riding his bike in the front yard, had been attacked by a neighbor’s dog. The cat then bit the dog and chased it away returning to Jeremy’s side. The trophy was suitably amended to read cat not dog before it’s presentation.

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