F1 » Wirth: Without F1 budget cap, I'd sooner stick pins in my eyes


Virgin Racing technical director Nick Wirth explains that only one thing tempted him back to F1 a decade on from his disillusioned exit - the promise that for the first time in years, brains can again triumph over big bucks

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Well Wirth a punt - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 6:41 PM

Much respect to the guy for being an engineer first and foremost and not a sad F1 junkie(take note Mr Gascoigne).He talks a lot of sense and i expect the Virgin Manor car to be a tidy,innovative design much like the Simtecs nick was behind.

Taz - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 7:30 PM

He's better book an appointment at his optician, his eyes will be sore soon.

nothing has been agreed has it ?

Hope he's right though and throwing huge sums at it doesn't always give you success....Toyota....and probably Man City take note :p

stone

January 07, 2010 10:30 PM

"Money, he insists, is not what it is about in the end what really matters is the way you choose to spend it".

Although I agree with the bulk of his arguement, you get a bit tired of this statement being regularly trotted out. If money is not what matters, then why push for the cap?

mart - Unregistered

January 08, 2010 7:00 AM

This bloke needs to run the show, like his attitude also motogp and wsb IMO need to do the same. remove all rider/driver aids let them run as many engines as they want let them do what they want but with a budget cap.

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