F1 » Ferrari, Red Bull to quit FOTA

Leading teams to call time - and trouble - on FOTA following RRA row.

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December 05, 2011 12:59 PM

One comment only.
Ferrari are right about testing and young drivers.
that is the main area for improvement in the current F1 environment. The fact that three new teams, two struggling but still there shows that the RRA has worked to a great extent, now they just need to work on a proper feeder formula for young drivers.

Geno - USA - Unregistered

December 05, 2011 4:39 PM

Ferrari have their own test track that is F1 quality (Fiorano). No surprise that they would favor relaxed testing rules since they can test for free on their own track near the factory grounds while others would need to pay to travel and test somewhere else. Both Ferrari and RB want to reduce costs only if they can maximize their competitive advantages.

mix - Unregistered

December 06, 2011 5:14 PM

ford pulled out because they were not instantly successful??? they never have been
toyota pulled out because of a change of management
honda pulled out because they were facing overall financial difficulties and lack of results

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