F1 » Renault reveals decision on F1 future

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Simon - Unregistered

September 23, 2009 1:45 PM

Well well well that IS a shock ! , Staying are they ? , Tuh never saw that coming , Perish the thought that some sort of deal was done with the FIA ? , Nah ,Silly me that would NEVER happen . .


September 23, 2009 1:48 PM

The whitewash ensured Renaults F1 presence was maintained. Come to think of it, didnt they also get let off having McLaren blueprints in 2006?
Why is it that Max cant fit punishments equally between the teams? Iam glad spanky is on his way out...
Todt however could be worse...... :rolleyes:


September 23, 2009 2:19 PM

I'm pretty confident the Todt will be worse, not because of a lack of a competence but becasue of a love of power. Vatenan, however, is the polar opposite. He probably couldn't run a p!ss up in a brewery but he is not an egotist. In fact he wants to decentralise (if I'm not too much mistaken) the president's power rather than concentrate it in one place. Todt will love being the supreme ruler, which is a good enough reason for him not to be.

fastmf - Unregistered

September 23, 2009 2:35 PM

Max is sure cleaning house before he leaves office. Who from the FOTA-sanctioned race series has bit it so far: Ron Dennis, Flavio, that dude from Quebec who runs the Montreal race...who am I forgetting?

Whither Alonso

September 23, 2009 2:48 PM

Looks like the spanner box only has chimed in so far.

This is actually good news for F1 and I welcome it even if Alonso does leave next year. With or without him I have long been a Renault fan, basically an everyday car company producing mostly world class racing machines.

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