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Briatore To Quit Renault & F1?

Briatore To Quit Renault & F1?

Can it be true? F1 and Renault boss Flavio Briatore is ready to quit the racing circuit, according to Listen Live Radio.

'I've brought a lot to F1 and received a lot in return,' the 58-year-old is quoted as having told Spanish daily sports newspaper Marca during the Valencia test. 'I think when I end this adventure with Renault, with Fernando Alonso, I'll take a rest.'

Does this mean the multi-millionaire Italian will devote more of his time to Queens Park Rangers Football Club? Will Bernie Ecclestone follow suit?

Perhaps Flavio heard what Burnley's Operational Director, Brendan Flood said earlier on Thursday when he spoke about bolstering his team, or in their case NOT.

Flood came out with what appears to be a new expression....

...'to do a QPR'

I wonder how long it will take before Rangers faithful come up with a new chant exploiting the new phrase.

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Writer:Hoops
Date:Thursday January 24 2008
Time: 10:16PM

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He's caught the bug!! Why would he want to be in Monté Carlo, when he could travel to Burnley on a tuesday night, No Brainer in my opinion!
Boxer
24/01/2008 22:42:00
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No brainer or ...to do a QPR? I just love that phrase.
hoops
24/01/2008 22:48:00
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wow that could be good if he invests the money he gets for his share
ozanne park rangers
25/01/2008 01:34:00
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we could be the new barcelona at loftus road
ozanne park rangers
25/01/2008 01:35:00
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Evening ozanne, where are you tonight, being busy today i have!!
will it ever happen
25/01/2008 18:24:00
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you will be skint like us wen his money dries up
mick66owl
25/01/2008 22:06:00
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he'll not give up F1, if you think otherwise you're dreaming!
merlin
25/01/2008 22:10:00
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