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Old 10-04-2011, 04:43 AM
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Yes you do sometimes see them and YES they sometimes have been known to "enforce" the speed limited sections of the 'Ring of which we may see more based on this

Come out of the woodwork now whenever an accident happens and report all accidents on their web page. If a driver is reckless and has attempted an overtake on the right hand side then they can be charged !!
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Latest news... Nurburgring GmbH got a state guaranteed loan of $312,000,000 so they can service their debt.

German state digs deep to keep Nürburgring afloat | News | DW.DE | 01.08.2012

Guess nobody really wants to investigate these grifters after all.
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Old 08-06-2012, 11:19 PM
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Latest news... Nurburgring GmbH got a state guaranteed loan of $312,000,000 so they can service their debt.

German state digs deep to keep Nürburgring afloat | News | DW.DE | 01.08.2012

Guess nobody really wants to investigate these grifters after all.
funny to see that the tree-huggers cum socialists who have the majority in the State, arranged this loan, with the right wing Christians opposing it...
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^Not really to do with party politics, BUT a party leader (Beck) who's hands are not clean from the start of this whole debacle

So the lackeys fall in to "support" while the opposition want the truth out.
Sadly as csl suggets, this likely means less pressure on Beck being investigated by courts.
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Hmm, i thought the government bail out was made illegal by the EU!?
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I think at the moment it only might be illegal. They're still working that out, so I guess they might as well proceed with the bailout and ask forgiveness later.
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Old 08-07-2012, 06:57 AM
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I think at the moment it only might be illegal. They're still working that out, so I guess they might as well proceed with the bailout and ask forgiveness later.
Which could fall out to all STR fans favor.
Perhaps an EU ruling that the government bail out is illegal, Kurt Beck could be forced to redraw, leaving a window open for more responsible persons to step in.
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