F1 » 'Majority' sign up to new Concorde Agreement

According to official sources, the next Concorde Agreement has already attracted the support of 'the majority' of F1 teams.

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March 24, 2012 10:59 PM

Looks like the majority of teams less Mercedes, Williams and Sauber has probably signed up to a heads of terms agreement to move forward to a concord agreement which means no concord agreement is yet signed by a majority or not.


March 25, 2012 5:25 AM

The latest, its being reported (PA Sports and London's Telegraph) that Mercedes could challenge Ecclestone's methods against European Union competition law, or the carmaker/engine supplier could simply quit F1.
“The Telegraph” Daimler are prepared to play hard ball, specifically to European laws involving the abuse of a dominant postion.

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