F1 » Renault weighs up offers – as Pollock eyes F1 return


Renault is believed to be evaluating as many as four alternatives regarding the sale of its Enstone-based F1 operation for 2010 - with Prodrive chief David Richards and BAR-Honda founder Craig Pollock ostensibly battling it out to assume control...

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Taz - Unregistered

December 08, 2009 9:59 AM

Craig Pollock ??? :rolleyes:

yup, that work. Old Carlos really hates F1 doesn't he, we'll get craig pollock to run it into the ground and have lots of naff pay drivers in the process.

Jumper289 - Unregistered

December 08, 2009 10:25 AM

Craig Pollock well the christmas jokes have started early this year-does anyone remember when he founded BAR and all the boasts he made about how in the first year they would win a GP?,yeah like that ever happened!!!
Let someone else have the opportunity to screw over a F1 team

Cardinal

December 08, 2009 10:37 AM

Hopefully, whoever buys the team, Kubica will join Mercedes, leaving di Grassi to stay at Renault and allowing Carroll to slot in at Manor/Virgin. Mercedes are waiting for Kubica to become available, all this talk about Schumacher coming back is just talk. Koba will hopefully get in at either Renault or Lotus.

Jumper289 - Unregistered

December 08, 2009 11:26 AM

Sorry Tony but as I thought you were dead these last 30 years I didn't bother to ask you if you would be interested in buying Renault,you could probably do a better job of it than Craig
Cheers Carlos

Cardinal

December 08, 2009 12:16 PM
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It was. VanderVelde is a golfer.
I hope Prodrive buy out Renault - a real racing organisation rather than some 'management' group or whetever they are. Pollock and Villeneuve coming back? Just call the team BAR v.2

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