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Bernie Ecclestone says F1 doesn't need a Concorde Agreement to continue in the coming seasons

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Rhino

January 26, 2013 4:16 PM
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I bet the other teams are giving Bernie sideways glance at reading this. The teams need protecting from the likes of you and the powers that be so they don't get ripped anymore!

rob01 - Unregistered

January 26, 2013 5:06 PM

The teams may not care about the FIA as having the rules dictated to them is not something they want. Bernie has sided with the teams. As sunny said....divide and conquer.

107SS2009

January 26, 2013 6:08 PM

Horner was not at Maranello to discuss his or Newey's possible switch to FERRARI (Richard need not worry), he was there as was Whitmarsh, Lauda and MR F1, they were there as gusts of LDM for a special meeting concerning the concord agreement or lack of it.
The only arrangement so far is a financial agreement with teams sharing 60 percent of the sports revenue and top teams like FERRARI, Red Bull, mclaren and Mercedes receiving a bigger share.
The concord agreement up to now is legally incomplete. that is why MR F1 is saying we don't need it.

richard

January 26, 2013 7:00 PM

phew sunny! thats a load off my mind! would hate to have seen horner and newey, go to ferrari, but thinking about it, isnt red bull really horners own team (arden)?

anyway, i understood that all the teams have signed concorde, merc had been holding out but relented. so what is bernie going on about?

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