F1 » Briatore: No reason to come back to F1


He was one of the most colourful paddock figures of his time, but Flavio Briatore insists that F1 no longer holds an attraction for him.

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Monday - Unregistered

April 29, 2013 12:11 PM

Those were good times when Renault and Alonso beat Schumi and Ferrari twice in a row with a car a little bit substandard to Ferrari. Nway, I'm enjoying the sport as it is now. There was drama then, there's still drama now.

Mr Know it All - Unregistered

April 29, 2013 12:18 PM

Good to note that Flav is still delusional... He says he found Alonso and Schumacher albeit one started in a Jordan and one started in a Minardi, I also note that whilst Piquet stuffed it intentionally at Singapore, Flav as team manager is claiming it wasnt under his instruction...
More Vino Flav and tell us more, your recall of history is somewhat amusing, but thanks for all the memories, you were a colourful character, and I am glad you are still having fun in business.

pete - Unregistered

April 29, 2013 1:33 PM

LOL.... Briatore not knowing about his driver intentionally crashing? He should have excused himself for incompetence if he as team principal didn't know about it.

Memo to Flava Flav: No one is asking you to come back and you are NOT missed. Your ego is getting the better of you and are looking like a fool with comments and continual denials.

shaken - Unregistered

April 29, 2013 2:02 PM

Ive heard of 16 hour working days, but 20 hour working days (even the president of the US wouldnt work 20 hr days)- surely he doesnt need this. A man of his wealth....

Firestorm - Unregistered

April 29, 2013 4:12 PM

Actually I would like Briatore joining F1 again, this time as Red Bull's team principal, sending away Christian Horner and Helmut Marko(F1 doesn't need this guy). I am pretty sure than Briatore would teach to Vettel what is a team order, from a real boss.

oldtimer - Unregistered

April 29, 2013 4:30 PM

I can't hink anybody would want to be involved with Briatore again given his rather dubious record. He's clearly making shed loads of money outside of F1 and it would be better for everyone if he stayed clear of F1.

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