F1 » Ferrari blasts Stefan GP 'vultures', Mosley's 'holy war'

In an extraordinary pre-season outburst, Ferrari has cast aside all notions of political correctness in F1 by labelling Stefan GP 'vultures' and the state of the 2010 newcomers a shambles created by former FIA President Max Mosley's 'holy war' against the sport's manufacturers

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February 23, 2010 11:32 AM

very good assessment from ferrari. and i am glad to see that it is not just me who finds stefans efforts dubious and unpalatable. clearly there is someone still pulling the strings at fia. i wonder who.....

the lawman - Unregistered

February 23, 2010 11:42 AM

Another one of Max Mosely's great ideas...I'm sure he pushed hard to get new teams on the grid to force FOTA's hand. Mosely is very much like a vegetarian turd...he just keeps bobbing up.


February 23, 2010 11:43 AM
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The finger of blame been correctly pointed at Mosley and the finger of meddling been pointed squarely at the dwarf.

There is a wiff of irony though, they were quite happy to take 100 million from Max and Bernie and get special dispensation to veto all rule changes to suit their own needs (under Todt's stewardship). That's in the past tho.

Ferrari is run differently now and it does show.

As for this pop at Max and Bernie...as the advert says...priceless :)

CarCrazed - Unregistered

February 23, 2010 11:46 AM

Before the whole debate degenerates into a Ferrari/FIA love/hate string of posts, I just want to say:

So Bernie (the white knight) put money into Campos? I find that surprising really. Bernie must be going soft at the dawn of his life :-o


February 23, 2010 11:57 AM

Well someone had to say somthing, just glad it was Luca, he makes a point of touching nerves! :D

@ CarCrazed
Bernie will expect ten fold in return for his investment. No doubt Campos will become a pawn in any future FIA demand, just the way Max wanted!
The dodgy back street dealings will no doubt continue while Bernie is still around :rolleyes:

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