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Old 13 Jan 2002, 14:11 (Ref:198034)   #1
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F3 dissertation

Hi my name is Angharad and i am currently in my thid year at university in Plymouth doing a BA in Public Relations and pulling my hair out trying to write a dissertation. As im mad keen on motor racing i decided to do my dissertation on Public Relations in F3 and would be really greatful of some of your views.
If you wouldnt mind spending a few minutes answering a few questions i would love to know
1) how old you are?
2) Male or Female?
3) if you regularly watch motor sport on TV and how often
4) Do you ever attend motor sport events?
5) if so which ones and on average how often?
6) Have you ever attended a F3 race?
7) If so what made you decide to attend, how would you rate it (very good, good, ok, poor?
8) would you consider going to another F3 race
9) how did you first come to hear about British F3 and when (eg: what year)?
10) could you please list your top four classes of motor sport


Thanks alot for your time your input will be a great help.
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Old 13 Jan 2002, 18:19 (Ref:198141)   #2
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1) 20
2) Yes
3) Yes, Touring Cars, F3, F1. About 2 events a week in the summer?
4) Oh yes.
5) On average every weekend in the summer. 11 PowerTours last year, 8 Touring Car meetings, and many others. 31 motorsport events in 2001.
6) Yes.
7) Originally saw it on Channel 5 and thought it would be good to go. Enjoyed it and went back. (good)
8) Every round this year if I can!!!!!
9) About 1993, when BBC showed it on grandstand. Got back into it when Channel 5 got it in 1997.
10) 1) Formula Renault (This year, anyway)
2) Formula 3
3) Touring Cars
4) Formula One
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Old 13 Jan 2002, 19:19 (Ref:198175)   #3
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1) how old you are? 32
2) Male or Female? MALE
3) if you regularly watch motor sport on TV and how often TWICE A WEEK ??
4) Do you ever attend motor sport events? YES
5) if so which ones and on average how often? NATIONAL / CLUB RACING ..EVERY 2 WEEKS ON AVERAGE
6) Have you ever attended a F3 race? YES
7) If so what made you decide to attend, how would you rate it (very good, good, ok, poor? BIG F3 FAN...RATE IT VERY GOOD
8) would you consider going to another F3 race O YER
9) how did you first come to hear about British F3 and when (eg: what year)? 1993 ..WATCHING IT ON EUROSPORT.
10) could you please list your top four classes of motor sport
FORMULA 3
FORMULA FORD
FORMULA RENUALT
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Old 13 Jan 2002, 23:25 (Ref:198332)   #4
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1)18
2)male
3)whenever its on usually everynight on Sky
4)Yes
5)Last year all Powertour and a couple of toCA, this year all Powertour and all ToCA
6)yes
7)I work in FFord so I always go, I rate F3 quite poor for all the rubbish marching bands etc and not enough racing, also last year Sato made the racing quite boring
8)yes
9)erm I dont know probably sometime while I was in my mothers womb
10)Formula Ford
CART
F3
Formula Nissan,F3000 and Formula Nippon are all evenly matched
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Old 14 Jan 2002, 10:48 (Ref:198471)   #5
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1) 18
2) Male
3) Yes, when its on terrestrial(sp) TV
4) Yes
5) Mostly Club events - about 15-20 each season (2-3 a month).
6)Yes
7) First was at local circuit (Thruxton), though was ok, but prefered the supports, also seen at Pembrey!
8) Possibly
9) 1995 - just before going to first meeting
10)
National Championships in UK
Classic Club Championships in UK
British Touring Car Championship.
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Old 14 Jan 2002, 12:07 (Ref:198499)   #6
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1) how old you are? 25
2) Male or Female? M
3) if you regularly watch motor sport on TV and how often 3 week
4) Do you ever attend motor sport events? yes
5) if so which ones and on average how often? 1 each year
6) Have you ever attended a F3 race? no
7) If so what made you decide to attend, how would you rate it (very good, good, ok, poor?
8) would you consider going to another F3 race yes
9) how did you first come to hear about British F3 and when (eg: what year)? web
10) could you please list your top four classes of motor sport
1 F1
2 Touring cars (v8 supercars - Australia)
3 DTm
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Old 14 Jan 2002, 12:16 (Ref:198506)   #7
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1) how old you are? 29
2) Male or Female? Male
3) if you regularly watch motor sport on TV and how often? Most GP's and F3 on terrestial telly, other stuff as and when.
4) Do you ever attend motor sport events? Yes
5) if so which ones and on average how often? About 20-25 days/season
6) Have you ever attended a F3 race? Yes
7) If so what made you decide to attend, how would you rate it (very good, good, ok, poor? I like the racing, last few years have been pretty good.
8) would you consider going to another F3 race? Yes
9) how did you first come to hear about British F3 and when (eg: what year)? I've never not known about F3, I went to my first race in '72, when I was about 6 weeks old, but I didn't really start paying proper attention till I was about 8, in 1980. Been going ever since.
10) could you please list your top four classes of motor sport? Long Distance Sportscars, F3, FFord, Historics
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Old 14 Jan 2002, 15:29 (Ref:198579)   #8
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3) Whenever its on if its a series i like
4) yes
5) every meeting
6) yes
7) more accesible series to watch - not as good as it used to be
8) yes
9) From knowing people in it - 1999
10) F3, F1, F3000, Frenault

Can i just ask - are you at Marjon in plymouth???? coz i might do PR there!!!!!
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Old 14 Jan 2002, 18:15 (Ref:198649)   #9
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Can i just ask - are you at Marjon in plymouth???? coz i might do PR there!!!!!
St Mark and St Johns (Marjons) aint too good 'cos its situated right out in the sticks of Plymouth, away from the main town... I wouldnt bother unless you wanna live in suburbia with a bunch of trainee theologians and PE teachers....

1) how old you are? 31
2) Male or Female? Male
3) if you regularly watch motor sport on TV and how often Yes, weekly
4) Do you ever attend motor sport events? yes
5) if so which ones and on average how often? Powertour races throughout season
6) Have you ever attended a F3 race? Many
7) If so what made you decide to attend, how would you rate it (very good, good, ok, poor? I was working there, used to be a mechanic.
8) would you consider going to another F3 race - Yes, best class in UK
9) how did you first come to hear about British F3 and when (eg: what year)? 1983 - Senna vs Brundle televised on Grandstand
10) could you please list your top four classes of motor sport
Indycar
IRL
F3
Sportscars


Angharad hope your enjoying Plymouth, is the Grand Duchess still open for business? Most of my lectures were there or in the James Street Vaults...
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Old 14 Jan 2002, 19:31 (Ref:198700)   #10
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3. F1 always, rarely F3 on 4. Rally and MotoGp always.
4. Yes.
5. couple a year. Touring car. Go to Donington for MotoGp every year.
6. yes.
7. Went to see Pizzonia in action. He whupped as s at Croft. Nicolas Kiesa was on pole but stalled then zoomed back thru the pack before wiping out whilst Pizzonia disappeared driving perfectly.
8. Not until someone like Schuey, Hakk, Montoya, Senna comes along.
9. Watching TV when a frenchman (Minassian) was taken out by backmarker and then threw gravel at him!!! Cant remember when that was.
10. 1.MotoGp (old 500cc motorbikes)
2. Formula One.
3. Clios
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Old 14 Jan 2002, 22:26 (Ref:198808)   #11
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St Mark and St Johns (Marjons) aint too good 'cos its situated right out in the sticks of Plymouth, away from the main town... I wouldnt bother unless you wanna live in suburbia with a bunch of trainee theologians and PE teachers....

Thanx for the advice!!! will keep that well in mind!
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Old 15 Jan 2002, 17:41 (Ref:199076)   #12
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1) 17
2) Female
3) Whenever its on if its a series i like
4) yes
5) every meeting
6) yes
7) more accesible series to watch - not as good as it used to be
8) yes
9) From knowing people in it - 1999
10) F3, F1, F3000, Frenault

Can i just ask - are you at Marjon in plymouth???? coz i might do PR there!!!!!

Hi
Thanks for answering my questions it was a great help.
I am at marjons in my third year studying PR and Media. Marjons is great some of the time but there are far to many sporty idiots and it is way out in the middle of nowhere which is a problem. But the PR course is really good.
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Angharad hope your enjoying Plymouth, is the Grand Duchess still open for business? Most of my lectures were there or in the James Street Vaults...
Hi
Thanks a lot for answering my questions for me it was a great help.
I can tell you the Grand Duchess is still there but i dont tend to go in for fear of my life!!! I enjoy Plymouth most of the time but to be honest i cant wait till i finish in may.
When were you in Plymouth? Did you go to the Uni or Marjons?
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I am at marjons in my third year studying PR and Media. Marjons is great some of the time but there are far to many sporty idiots and it is way out in the middle of nowhere which is a problem. But the PR course is really good.
So you think i would be better off in a more lively city or something then???
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Hi
Thanks a lot for answering my questions for me it was a great help.
I can tell you the Grand Duchess is still there but i dont tend to go in for fear of my life!!! I enjoy Plymouth most of the time but to be honest i cant wait till i finish in may.
When were you in Plymouth? Did you go to the Uni or Marjons?
I was at the Uni from 92-95, but didnt leave Plymouth till 97 - however I lived for my last 4 years over in Turnchapel, a little fishing village out by Mountbatten - over Plymstock way. Much more saloubrious atmosphere!! however my ex still lives there and when I went down to see her a copupla years back it did seem to have been done up a fair bit - shame they cant do anything about the Janners tho ;-)
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