F1 » Ecclestone backs Todt

Bernie Ecclestone has thanked FIA president Jean Todt for leaving F1 alone during his first year in office.

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October 26, 2010 4:43 PM

Thanking JT for leaving F1 alone is not a thanks it's a massage which means that BE is troubled by the way/direction JT is heading/giving the FIA, also he is troubled by the harmony between the FIA and FOTA, it's simply not in his interests.

Magician - Unregistered

October 26, 2010 5:18 PM

You scratch my back, etc. Bernie's criticism of Craw is interesting. It's Bernie's fault we nearly ended up with a fiasco in Korea, the fact that we didn't was despite him. Starting a race at 3.00pm when it gets dark at 6.00pm is idiotic, no account being taken of weather or anything else going wrong. Signs that Bernie is losing it.


October 26, 2010 8:34 PM

@ blzbub I don't know about all this! I thought Ferrari deserved more than what they got for the whole team orders fiasco! You guys might have forgotten, but I haven't! Todt will alway be a Ferrari puppet! Other than that he's done ok!

Mark _

October 26, 2010 9:08 PM
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@MichaelE - There have been decisions that have not gone Ferrari's way this year. If it was up to you what should the penalty have been for Germany? In my opinion they should have cracked down on Massa for slowing. Massa was the one who wanted to make it obvious to everyone. Just like Rubens did in Austria. Kovi showed numerous times to to accomplish team orders without making it so obvious. It would have been difficult to do anything to Alonso because you can't expect him to slow and not overtake.

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