F1 » Renault comes to decision on F1 future


Renault will remain in F1 in 2010, the Enstone-based outfit's managing director Jean-François Caubet has hinted - following the emergency board meeting convened in Paris yesterday

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Cardinal

November 05, 2009 1:32 PM

I really hope they stay, or F1 is gonna die on it's a**. I don't want any teams to leave, privateers or manufacturers. Andrew, please don't take gossip as fact and say Mercedes are pulling out. You're as bad as the media for stirring trouble where there is none.

andrew mac

November 05, 2009 1:34 PM
Last Edited 1872 days ago

Cardinal - Merc pulling out was a joke aimed at Johnson who is Merc through and through and thinks they are the best thing since sliced bread. I know that Merc won't pull out of F1 for sometime.

That is why I wrote "Just to jump on the bandwagon and to annoy Mr Mercedes, I mean Johnson."

BRITFAN - Unregistered

November 05, 2009 1:50 PM

Palms have been greased.
A deal has been struck to keep renault in for another year, why else wait to release this to the media?
And ANTONE who beleived that Merc was pulling out deserves all the ragging they get!
Dumbo's! :)

andrew mac

November 05, 2009 2:00 PM

There are pleanty of unsubstanciated rumours about Merc pulling out but it won't happen. If nothing else, the 40% share in McLaren would prevent them from leaving F1. They have been too successful to upsticks and leave in the near future.

tag - Unregistered

November 05, 2009 2:23 PM

it seems to Alonso as good friend of Kubica this time was better poker player :rolleyes: he recommended Robert to Renault but was sure they consider to withdraw and if they stay they would not plan any strong results. Now I'm waiting for Kubica review somewhere...hard time again!

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