F1 » FIA member Simon joins PURE

FIA technical member Gilles Simon joins the PURE Corporation

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July 28, 2011 7:24 PM

We should be reading stories about secret engine projects that have been going on inside Volkswagen and what McLaren is going to do to match its philophical problem of selling road cars with its own engines and racing others with a power unit supplied by a rival car manufacturer. The team HAS to build its own F1 engines at some point or other. Could they do so with PURE? Or is it better to expand the partnership with Ricardo into the sport? Or bite the bullet and create an expensive in house engine division. . ?

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July 29, 2011 8:23 AM

"Making F1 more environmentally friendly is a personal goal of mine" since when F1 was about environmental friendly or about that? you wanna be like that go plant trees and leave f1 alone, all this fakes concerns about the planet make me sick, and i don't know what is going on in FIA but lately all they do is pushing on this line wonder whose agenda is this?

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