F1 » Virgin Racing new boy Alex Tai: F1 is not a 'Piranha Club'


New Virgin Racing team principal and former Virgin Galactic CEO Alex Tai insists he will be far from out-of-his-depth when he dives into the shark-infested waters of F1 in 2010

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19K rpm - Unregistered

December 29, 2009 10:46 PM

Tai's last sentence/statement is brilliant and summarizes what F1 and most of its drivers, designers, engineers and managers are pursuing collectively as a category. Unfortunately, the problem is that FOM and its commercial "owner" BE don't share the same spirit! :-o
Tai should seek a greater role in F1 in the future. His ideas would be beneficial for the long-term survivability of the topflight. I hope their team does well in 2010 and make progressive improvements for the 2011 season! :)

percy - Unregistered

December 30, 2009 3:35 PM

I have commented that the 2010 F1 Race will not be only a race for the cars but also a competition of management styles and skills.
Please see my blog at percychan.com

Yes it is refreshing to see such a great attitude. Everyone is going the benefit from all this and we are all going to have some fun!
Good luck to Tai and Sir Richard and all the other teams in F1.

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