F1 » USF1 joins Campos on 2010 F1 question mark list


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jmv - Unregistered

September 29, 2009 11:57 AM

Why,oh why did Mad Max let these teams in - I still reckon those teams that applied such as Prodrive had a better chance of being there - Was it just because of the Cosworth engines...

HOW many teams will there be on the grid next season?? Will it end up being less than we have now??? :rolleyes:

Smokin'Jo. - Unregistered

September 29, 2009 12:14 PM

I do not often agree with your comments Richard but on this one I do.You will have to wait for a long time for an explanation however because there are far too many people who use this forum who have little knowledge of the sport and prefer instead to peddle their silly animosities!Quite why crash continue with this absurd agree/disagree voting system is beyond me!

mark - Unregistered

September 29, 2009 12:24 PM

well if one of the teams dont make it to the grid nextyear at least we have the sauber/bmw team waiting in the wings to pounce on one empty space.

Jumper289 - Unregistered

September 29, 2009 12:27 PM

If I was a newly accepted team I'd be pretty pissed off if when I took the decision to enter and build cars for F1 it was on the basis of it would cost no more than £50m to compete but now it will cost a hell of a lot more just to be a back marker-still can't understand why Renault employ 700 people to put two cars on the grid-Braun do it with less and look where they are? cost capping is the only way to go if they want to attract new blood and keep them in the sport

Cardinal

September 29, 2009 12:33 PM

It's a real shame Mr Corrupt-as **** Mosley said no to established operations such as Prodrive, Lola etc, in order to keep Cosworth sweet with all these underfinanced teams. I was really looking forward to 26-plus cars on the grid next season, who knows how many there will actually be now. With Toyota telling Glock to look elsewhere for a drive, chances are they are ready to pull out.

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