F1 » Whitmarsh: Teams have to work together


Martin Whitmarsh urges F1 teams to work together and cut down on the infighting as the sport seeks to bring down costs

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Fernandabulous

May 31, 2013 1:59 PM

for a team who have a bit of a reputation for allowing open warfare between their drivers Whitters may have been the wrong person to ask, but i get what he is saying. wont work though, all teams put their own interest first or they would all have agreed that the team finishing eleventh in the championship deserve some revenue. without the backmarkers, everyone else gets closer to being a back marker

fonefan - Unregistered

May 31, 2013 3:26 PM

I think you are going to continue to have problems with spending as long as "Legacy" teams get the lions share of the money even when they don't win. Champions should get the most but the setup now just leads people to wonder why so much of the money going in a certain direction. Is there something no quite right here? That what I question, I am sure others have questions as well.

nealio

May 31, 2013 8:08 PM

Nice in theory but zero chance that all the teams will work together. The FIA won't lead and Ecclestone apparently likes things as they are. So some teams fold, so what, as long as Bernie has enough cars on the grid to meet TV demands he's gold.

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