F1 » USF1 'still hoping' to make F1 grid in 2011

The all-American dream refuses to die, it would appear, with sources claiming that USF1 - whose F1 2010 entry bid degenerated into an embarrassing and very public shambles - 'is still hoping' to make the grade in 2011

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Taz - Unregistered

March 16, 2010 11:01 AM

Well they will have to apply with other teams unless I'm mistaken and this time round they won't find it so easily as mosley isn't in charge of the process.

Last thing we need is more "we hope to be in F1 in 2011" soundbites through the year, windys press releases in 2009 were a joke.

On the other hand, as this promises to be the most boring season in F1 since Schumacher wrapped up the title in Austria maybe it would be a welcome distraction for us :rolleyes:

Commodore S - Unregistered

March 16, 2010 12:25 PM

I get the impression Todt has some compassion for this supposed team.

What is really developing behind closed doors if anything or am I reading to much between the lines.?

Statements given by Todt including this one show sympathy by Todt as if he wants to give them a go. It just appears their is more than meets the eye.

Mug - Unregistered

March 16, 2010 12:52 PM

The angry post rats are out in full force today. Better hurry fast there is another bandwagon for you to jump on just moving by right now.

Anyone else remember when Crash.net posts were informative and interesting? I do ...


March 16, 2010 1:14 PM

I feel American talent is there & able to challenge for the great F-1 prize. The real question who wants to be the owner of this when we have other forms of motor racing that's a high priorty like NASCAR & Indycar. I would love to see USF1 work but 2011 is a long shot at best.

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