F1 » Two more new teams to be granted 2010 F1 slots?

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2Pac - Unregistered

August 24, 2009 11:15 AM

let's hope these new teams can actually servive for a decent length of time and don't go bust spending millions they don't have in an effort to be competitive since any sort of budget cap seems to have gone out the window.


August 24, 2009 12:45 PM

munro, didnt prodrive say they wouldnt be interested if they could not choose their engine? but why on earth does richards not put in a bid for bmw, a ready made team with chassis, equioment etc? and what if toyota does not go, and all these new teams arrive on the grid, will there then be prequalifying to ensure the stated max of 26? and is bmw saubers proposed re application firmly ruled out?? there are a lot more questions than answers.


August 24, 2009 12:52 PM

The question is How in the world are new teams going to hit the grid in 7 to 8 months. And thats for the first race not preseason testing. Or how about just providing a car that can be crash tested or looked over. Toyota and Renault are also on shaky grounds. Next year my bet is that McL and Ferrari will have to bring 3 cars each to fill the grid. We are going to have 8 Badoer's running around the grid next year. 3 to 4 seconds off the pace.


August 24, 2009 1:09 PM

Humm, Renault's exit is even more likely if Alonso leaves them next year plus if they do not perform good for the rest of this year.

Honda's exit was the most stupid ever (looking at what they are doing now with Brawn) what if Toyota also get it right next year and then leave lol!

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