Exclusive Q&A with GPM organisers
|By Dieter Rencken
||Saturday, August 12th 2006, 19:52 GMT
During Thursday afternoon's free practice for Sunday's Grand Prix Masters, it became apparent that a batch of newly-modified engines suffered lubrication problems. Subsequently, the engines were returned to their previous tried-and-tested specification to ensure that the show goes on Sunday afternoon. Dieter Rencken interviewed series CEO Scott Poulter, Nicholson McLaren Engines chairman John Nicholson, and GPM race operations director Bob Berridge at Silverstone about the situation.
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