Saturday, May 26, 2007

New: Grand Prix lawsuit dead

Something a little different, Indiana Law Blog reports the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of the suit over the 2005 Indiana Grand Prix race. In the Indiana Law Blog quote from the AP story is this gem:

But Chief Judge Frank Easterbrook dismissed such claims in the 14-page ruling. The reduced race was allowable under F1 rules, he wrote, "and once it is established that the plaintiffs received a regulation race, they admit that they had no additional right to a race that was exciting or drivers that competed well."
In other words, you get what you paid for and be sure of what you contract for.