F1 » Ferrari renews F1 quit threat

As Ferrari prepares to introduce a Red Bull-style flexible front wing to its underperforming F150° Italia, Luca di Montezemolo repeats his threat that unless F1 changes, the Scuderia is poised to quit

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andrew. - Unregistered

April 15, 2011 6:01 PM

Cheerio. Don't let the door hit you on the way out.

The rules are getting to be a joke but threatening to quit 5 times every season is not going to make anyone want to listen.

Rob01 - Unregistered

April 15, 2011 6:09 PM

The FIA needs to get it's head on straight. They have ticked off Bernie and now the teams with their phoney approach to F1. The engine thing is what broke the camels back. FOTA and Bernie need to sway the power Max built into the FIA back to the teams and commercial holder or risk losing a cash cow.

new f1fan - Unregistered

April 15, 2011 6:14 PM

Good!any team that could not care less what their previous drivers have achieved for them in the past don't deserve to stay there,Luca can now go off and do his politics after all.

mattgraff - Unregistered

April 15, 2011 6:18 PM

Stop waving the ****ty stick! If they leave F1 what are they going to do??? Most teams are in the same postion, getting a bit boaring now Ferrari. By the way the red bulls have more buttons on the weel than you.....and still win.

lofty - Unregistered

April 15, 2011 6:20 PM

The man is right! I saw my first F1 at Nurburgring in 1954. Vanwall's, BRM's, Ferraris' Coopers' and etc. V-12 and V-24s, 6 wheelers, AWD all had their moments. Whatever made a car go quicker than the competition was tried.It was a 'no holds barred' sport. and by default was entertaining. Now the 'ring master' is attempting to make an entertainment subserviant to the sport! Some years a certain driver or marque would dominate and that was, and should be the way of the game, a constant fight to catch and surpass. Imagine if this man got his addled head into MotoGP - Rain Storms, Low wear tires, Air Brakes, Gyroscopic recovery, pit stops every 20 laps, the mind boggles...

Mark _

April 15, 2011 6:32 PM

Let's assume for a minute that they are serious about leaving. What are they going to do Indycar and LeMans? There is no doubt that would create a huge amount of publicity for a year or two. The other option if they are the only team to leave would be to set-up a Formula Ferrari series with a bunch of V12 Ferraris. Given the choice betweeen a spec F1 series with 4 cylinder motors and a field of spec V12s they may actually be creating something closer to what most fans want to see.

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