F1 » Scepticism over new F1 teams slowing 2010 driver market


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Al - Unregistered

September 16, 2009 3:06 PM

no movement primarily due to scepticism over new teams... funny, but I would have thought that the fact that both Renault and BMW have futures that are up in the air and Ferrari won't come down with a solid answer on who is driving for them next year, is a lot more of a dampener to the driver market than a bunch of potential seats in new teams, especially for the current drivers. I'd be suprised if any of them would want jump to a new team from an established team.

Dany Brown

September 16, 2009 5:03 PM

I agree with you rob01.
I'm in the process of starting a business, but haven't left my normal job.
Why is it so? Only possible reason is because the new venture is not sute to ever materialise.
But one thing i would like to know:
How do you know that he is still working is normal job?

rob01

September 16, 2009 6:03 PM

Dany, Windsor did the post race interviews in Monza. He is constantly in a pit somewhere. Maybe he is using his employer monies to go back and forth between europe. Why would he not be giving his new team 100 percent of his valuable time? Let's be real here. He is starting a F1 team from scratch and still has his day job. Crazy.

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