F1 » Sauber concerned by engine price hike


Sauber CEO Monisha Kaltenborn admits that the cost of leasing engines will be a concern when F1's new formula is introduced in 2014.

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LJ - Unregistered

August 07, 2012 10:24 PM

TheTruth - Got something against her or just women? Anyway the only reason we keep reading about her saying stuff is because F1 journos have little to talk about and have been using the same interview to focus on different stories. Really stretching things out lol :P.

Nick636

August 08, 2012 8:17 AM

LIES!!! LIES I TELL YOU!!!!

F1 will introduce smaller turbo charged engines that will be more affordable and have less emissions and and and bla bla bla..... Bernie the Troll and the FIA are going to ruin this sport.

They are somehow convinced that restricting cars (In the case of banning every second clever idea any team comes up with) will make the sport cheaper, when in fact, it has a dramatically opposite effect. The more you restrict teams, the more testing they have to do to find ways to make their car faster with NEW regulation, which means more man hours, more new parts. Likewise with smaller engines... This is going to be catastrophic.

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