F1 » Has all-American dream USF1 died a death..?


Serbian hopeful Stefan GP remains poised to step in and fill the void should the intensifying speculation about the demise of American outfit USF1 barely three weeks from the start of the 2010 F1 World Championship in Bahrain transpire to be true...

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andrew mac - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 11:17 AM

Will crash stop asking questions and do some really reporting based on facts and not tabloid speculation?

Will crash stop making reports stretch further than they should?

Powerline 2008 - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 11:39 AM

USF1 is not even an American dream to begin with. It was just private business between 2 parties. Neither Japan nor Korea has a team in F1 & they are not crying about it. Don't expect us Americans to cry over USF1. It's not big deal.

Commodore S - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 11:42 AM


If this story has basis it is a sad day for the Motorsport family as a whole.

If the basis is reality both Peter Windsor and Ken Anderson should front the media and explain their error of expectation and prolong the matter no further.

As "The Yank" states in another thread they should forfeit their slot and not consider the sale albeit this may raise revenue to pay said employees and providers.

If Windsor and Anderson have failed at least they gave it a go however explain to the Motorsport public the circumstances alleviating speculation.

Their is no guilt attached to failure however to avoid the fact is irreparable.

We now wait for clarification or otherwise.

pukka - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 11:54 AM

I'm always hesitant of new efforts going to the top or most expensive head of the class. Why are these groups not entering more viable financial efforts like GT or Touring Car is beyond me. F1 is not the end all - be all.

CC - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 11:55 AM

"Don't expect us Americans to cry over USF1. It's no(t) big deal."

Yeah? Like you wouldn't have made a big song and dance about it and been shouting USA! USA! USA! if they'd been successful.

Tommivo - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 12:01 PM

How come they say "it's dead" when it xas not even born first place...!
How come they write "....it's all because of lack of sponsorship". Isn't financing the same problem with all teams? If you don't have the money then you don't DESERVE racing, simple as that!
This team was all about bragging and bullshitting around, "we'll show them", "we are lean and mean", "we are so excited..." blah-blah-blah....!
Should have kept their mouth shut and began working at building a real team.

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