A recent article I've written takes a closer look at the plans for the new location of the British GP. From 2010, Donington Park will host the race, and at the moment it's looking touch and go whether they'll make it in time.

However, the organisers are confident, and building work has already begun.

What do you think? Will Donington Park make a go of it? Or will they fail to make it on time? And if they don't manage it, will that mean the British GP falls off the calendar, as there are no other circuits up to F1 standards?
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Christine Blachford
Formula 1 Editor