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Mr Gear wrote:^You sir are all wrong. The opening up of Wsllerfield will not cause investors to go away (not smart ones anyway). Opening up Wallerfield will attract additional investors because of the expanded scope of opportunities that the new realities presents.
If you were at Wallerfield you would not make statements like the ones you made. Any Data certification will not be compromised because of proximity to traffic as you've implied.
I was involved in a project and the location of the data centre was underground with ten foot thick walls and in the immediate vicinity of this location is a highway normal normal and what this data centre was being used for (security) traffic was no impediment for certification.
As for other commentators that have said that the Gov is on some sort of mission of spite trying to derail this and that, please keep your emotions in check and only make statements with credible, verifiable FACTS as proof of your allegations.
Finally, Minister Roberts stated repeatedly that no confirmation for use of this facility would be made before lunchtime on Friday after the Cabinet meeting and discussions with the Minister of Trade who could not make it to Wallerfield yesterday. He admittedly stated that his intention was to see racing back at Wallerfield as soon as possible even if just temporary but he still needed to consult with key stakeholders before committing government approval for access to the location for the purpose of racing in the short term. In the long term racing at Wallerfield will only be considered if it proves to be a good fit for what is in the works already for use of Wallerfield, eg UTT, Alutrint, Business Park and so on.
Don´t just hear what you want to hear but rather listen to all that he said and carefully consider the information. I think that people are getting tied up between the stage personality and the intelligence of this Minister. This man is sharp.
I am concerned that people are looking to rush to get back into racing without the proper safety in place. Any accident there now will seal the fate of any further public consideration on racing on the whole.
building a track not going to happen overnight so what Anil Roberts and the Cabinet -I hope would give temporary access to some parts of wallerfield to drag race on -just till the permanent home for MotorSports be established
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