F1 » Sauber blames Rampf, BMW and Ferrari for 'really bad car'

Peter Sauber has gone on the attack against erstwhile technical director Willy Rampf, former owners BMW and engine-supplier Ferrari for leaving his team with a 'really bad car' in F1 2010.

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EMPOWER - Unregistered

June 19, 2010 3:02 AM

you telling me he never made a profit when he bought the team back. even if he paid the same price he sold it for, bmw invested alot in sauber. he bought a very good team, better then the one he sold which finished 8th. BMW took your name to the top of the podium. how much money have you spent this season. The reason why bmw left is because fia have made it hard for car companies to apply things from f1 to there road cars eg engine frezze not allowing them to use there own electronics. bmw did not feel f1 areo alone benafited there road cars. BMW lost there way along with mclaren last year with kers. It was the boards of both bmw and diamler to go for kers if the teams liked it or not.

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