F1 » Mystery surrounds Concorde 'promises'


Ferrari and Red Bull linked to possible F1 ownership stake pending signatures on extended Concorde Agreement.

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107SS2009

March 18, 2012 4:43 AM

Some time ago I read that we are going to read about something that will have a signifying effect in F1, they seemed to be sure of it “inside information” they said that they are not authorised to say anymore for the time being, my mind raced to the next concord agreement and BE/CVC involvement.

RawDawg

March 18, 2012 5:22 AM

Goldman Sachs is the most souless of souless investment banks left on Wall Street. They would sell their grandmothers worthless stock to make a buck, turn a profit, and pad their bonuses and lace their golden parachutes. If there is any back stabbing and/or back alley deals or questionable and shady dealing to be done than they are surely the people to call to handle it.

Bigphilps - Unregistered

March 18, 2012 6:49 AM

Same old scheming Bernie , playing one team against the other , offering better deals to one to force the others to follow suit .
What will this man think of next ?

bikenutter

March 18, 2012 8:23 AM

Anyone help me out here? What sort of provisions would be in place to prevent Ferrari or RBR giving themselves an upper hand in rules and restrictions? Surely a team (part) owning and racing in a series is unethical, especially given Ferrari's history.

Observer - Unregistered

March 18, 2012 9:36 AM

A greedy midget & corrupt Wall Street bankers = the beginning of the end of F1 as a respectable sport. The greedy midget thinks he can take all his money with him when him when he dies. There is no fool like an old fool.

107SS2009

March 18, 2012 11:38 AM

A blog post by sky news city editor Mark Kleinman has been pulled from the internet just hours after it went live, it was about F1 finance and control allegedly involving FERRARI, Red Bull and the sports owners CVC.

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