I'm absolutely sure that you know a lot more on this than most after reading your post - I think Stock Car promotions, good or bad are a lot more 'fluid' with their agreements. I'm not saying that they were right, or just to whack up their prices - my point was simply that you seemed to know what Robert had agreed.
Totally agree there was mountains of rubbish everywhere - this, again is something that I hope Robert and his team picked up on and aim to improve next time around. For sure, it's not an excuse, but it is how it is.
Of course people may have an opinion - my point, if any, was simply that this has gone of for way too long and people need to relax a little. I had this conversation with someone last night and we both agreed that yes, things should (and maybe could) be a lot better but this is Stock Car Racing, and we need to remember that sometimes.
I'd love to have my own personal hospitality pod with wifi, Stella on draught and the Monster Energy girls on hand to bounce in my lap - but that ain't going to happen. Not until I win the lottery anyway.
As for your views on the person you think I am? Come chat with me trackside one day. You and many others that have done so in the past may well be surprised.
For your information, i know a bit about contracting 'caterers' ( i use that term loosely in Brisca land) from by Financial background with a huge National company.
The company went from in house catering, to outsourced .
The said catering company couldn't just start charging £10 for a plate of chips. There were terms and conditions.
If Rob doesn't have an agreement, he's doing something wrong. Simple as that .
My very mention on this subject was only because i'd seen it being chatted about in another thread. Nothing to do with personal experience at the track.
I do realise Ian, that Brisca customers should not have any expectations of any customer satisfaction, as we have to be thankful for what we receieve .
It's a very different world to the real one, outside of the bubble.
We have to listen to the Skegness team telling us that clearing up the rubbish we bring in would be expensive and time consuming to remove.
Meanwhile, it's much easier for them to clean up the mountain of Fanta bottles, Polystyrene burger containers, cardboard coffee mugs, etc , scattered everywhere like a dumpit site.
That's much easier , innit ?
I had no problem with the chair policy, but many did. If you think that the paying customer shouldn't have an opinion, or indeed any expectation of Service, then you are not the person i thought you were.