F1 » Did Red Bull break resource limits agreement?


Former FIA president Max Mosley has suggested that new F1 world champions Red Bull Racing may have contravened rules designed to limit spending in the top flight, and criticised the decision to ditch his own budget cap plan.

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Rob01 - Unregistered

December 27, 2010 2:29 PM

Max is trying to seem relevant. He is not. The teams will not take any action against the Bull. As I am sure that the top three all spent what they wanted as well.

SilveryBlack

December 27, 2010 2:31 PM
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Whats he on about, his he on about total spend or wages, best wages get the best people, the best people make the best car.

I would suppose all the teams went over budget on one thing or another how many chassis were written off, you can't legislate for that.

Anyway Mosley has had his time, time to shut up, he is on Question Time far too often as well

richard

December 27, 2010 3:00 PM

mosley "suggests".... it really is none of mosleys business now. if there is some cap that has been broken, then it is up to fia to ascertain if this is so, and to take any action neccessary. but if i remember correctly, there was no actual cap, only an agreement to reduce costs.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

December 27, 2010 3:27 PM

Hahahahahaha so I take it Mclaren spent less than Redbull did they? I'm sure I can remember Whitmarsh saying in public how they were "throwing the kitchen sink" at wrestling the championship away from Redbull! Face it Redbull won because Newey had more brain than mclaren and also Vettel is the fastest out there

Powerline 2008 - Unregistered

December 27, 2010 3:42 PM

@Tealeaf, you couldn't resist that one could you?

Just how is the statement "throwing in the kitchen sink" quantifies as an expense item, especially from a forensic auditors point of view?

Take your jaundiced prejudice elsewhere. Just because RBR won doesn't mean it warrants your personal trash with any credibility.

alexstru@yahoo.com - Unregistered

December 27, 2010 4:17 PM

Mad Mosley is just a meddling, messy old fool,still looking for attention !!!! Exposed by Dennis the Menace...Mosley, owned March F1 decades ago, was always confused or attracted, by anything with a pulse, maybe. Inherited money always corrupts.

Artov

December 27, 2010 5:55 PM

The question is how do you judge what resources are being spent. The most honest team is the team most likely to be caught out.

Who do you trust most of all- Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren? They all push to the limit in all respects.

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