F1 » Stefan GP expects to get okay to race soon


F1 2010 hopeful Stefan GP remains poised and confident it will get a chance to compete at the pinnacle of the sport this season.

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Taz

February 25, 2010 11:11 AM

They need unanimous approval from the teams.

Considering Ferrari's outburst I hardly think they'll give them the nod.

Maybe the dwarf will give them another 100 million to pacify them :rolleyes:

dpm

February 25, 2010 11:25 AM

Not forgetting how many times williams threw a spanner in the works last year.
I still don't see how they can race without using cosworth engine or was that just a ploy by MM/BE to keep prodrive and others off the entry list.

rob01

February 25, 2010 12:05 PM

Max's view on StefanGP making the grid. I know for a fact, speaking to Ferrari this week, that they will not agree to that, as long as disgraced former McLaren designer Mike Coughlan is working for the team.' Max also said that Ferrari was like a middle aged woman who was jealous over the new beauties.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

February 25, 2010 12:44 PM

@rob

I think Williams will be more inclined to black 'as well as' ie 14 teams, jolly old Ferrari will just block full stop. While I'm on the subject of Ferrari, their crass comments about Serbs ignore the fact that one of their greatest drivers ever (and certainly the classiest), Mario Andretti, was born in that part of the world (He was born in a part of Italy that was not Italy at that time, but part of 'Yugoslavia'). Oops.

Commodore S - Unregistered

February 25, 2010 1:06 PM

The question is do Stefan deserve an entry.

They are forcing their way in without invitation and thus endeavouring a backdoor entrance.

Little is known of their background/Their car has not been the subject of FIA crash test/Their car is still the subject of a circuit test with one week to practice at Bahrain.

Food for thought.

richard

February 25, 2010 1:22 PM

IF, and its a very big IF, the rules were enforced, there is NO way that stefan gp could be on the grid before 2011, and even for then, they would have to undergo a "selection process" as held this year.

but we all know the manipulation that takes place.

if the teams blocked their introduction, but this was overcome, i believe that prodrive , lola, and ntech (at least) would probably take fia to court.

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