F1 » Marussia still seeking level playing field


Marussia CEO Graeme Lowdon seeks answers to why his team appears to be discriminated against when it comes to receiving its due reward from F1.

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thelogicalview

June 25, 2013 7:00 PM

Bernie has stated that he would like to see 10 teams in F1 and this is his way of achieving what he wants, he wanted them in when Toyota and BMW withdrew, he's slagged them off ever since and now he wants them out. They won't be on the grid next year as he will ensure they don't get an engine deal, what he wants he gets.

Superhunky

June 27, 2013 4:29 AM

When back of the grid teams start to sniffle its all unfair that some teams have got so much more than them, but neglect to realise these big teams have been there 20 times longer, won races and got the T shirts then sorry, but i wont sob with you. The sport is the same over hyped and priced sport is was when you joined it, you knew the way it works. Just get on with it. Thats not saying I dont empathise with you, its just that most people realise that few make it in this game, your losses must be way more than the team can be worth, so its a bad biz deal. But just dont blame the sport, it has happened to many before you and there are a queue of other rich dreamers to take a turn soon. If old timers like Tom Walkinshaw could get it wrong in a sport he knew inside out dont beat yourself up too much that you are still nowhere

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