F1 » Mosley blasts 'ridiculous' F1's 'culture of wastefulness'

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muggsly - Unregistered

March 03, 2009 2:14 PM

Why is he still around? He needs to leave already and take Bernie with them. They are too old to have any understanding beyond their own Curmudgeoness(not sure that is a word but you get the point).

Calvin _

March 03, 2009 2:44 PM

Actually, what has how much F1 teams spend got anything at all to do with the FIA who are just there to make the make and apply the rules for racing, which do not contain any limits on team budgets.

jose ribeiro - Unregistered

March 03, 2009 2:45 PM

Beside the obvious expenses related to technology development they should also look at the lavish expending with motorhomes and other social and PR activities.
The actual world economic situation is not compatible to F1 procedures.
F1 is not a sport anymore.
It is part of show business with some lead actors ( Ferrari Mclaren )and a support ensemble ( the others ).
It is just like a Madonna Tour ( Sticky and Sweet )

stivala sunny - Unregistered

March 03, 2009 3:05 PM

Jose Ribeiro your post from the first word to the last one is not true all wrong and out of order next time when posting on this forum concentrate your criticism against MM and try be as personal as possible

Observer - Unregistered

March 03, 2009 3:11 PM

The sheer stupidity and irrelevance of comparing F1 costs with Mosley's personal pursuits is mind numbing. They have nothing whatever to do with F1 or its costs.

If the FIA does not get a grip on F1 expenditure, there very soon won't be an F1. Budgets of 400 million US dollars and 1000 full-time employees just to put two cars on the grid. If that's not crazy, what is?

Mosley is 100 per cent right on this one.

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