...but im­prove­ments needed

F1 Racing (UK) - - INBOX - Alex Ch­ester, Wor­thing, UK

I’ve just been to the French GP and, hav­ing read your in­ter­view with the French driv­ers, de­cided to in­ves­ti­gate the port of Cas­sis on the Mon­day, as rec­om­mended by Ro­main Gros­jean. Please pass on my thanks to him, it’s a lovely place – didn’t see any sign of him though!

As for the GP, it’s great to see F1 back in France but the or­gan­i­sa­tion left a lot to be de­sired. I met loads of peo­ple who were so fed up af­ter the Fri­day that they didn’t bother us­ing their tick­ets for the rest of the week­end! And those that did per­se­vere said they won’t re­turn.

The or­gan­is­ers need to visit Hun­gary and Aus­tria to see how a good GP can be run, with rel­a­tively quick and easy ac­cess, a great se­lec­tion and va­ri­ety of lo­cal

cuisines with enough out­lets to avoid Ri­card’s queues. Most peo­ple gave up af­ter the first day and brought their own food.

Also, with the down­pour in FP3, there was ab­so­lutely nowhere to shel­ter. The only plus point was there were plenty of toi­lets!

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