F1 » Sauber relaxed despite Concorde delays


Sauber CEO Monisha Kaltenborn is confident that the next edition of the Concorde Agreement will eventually be signed and sealed, despite ongoing delays.


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LJ - Unregistered

August 07, 2012 2:15 AM

@Maxx If it was just Ferrari vs Mclaren and no other teams I'd not bother watching it. The other teams are needed and very much wanted. I have always liked Mclaren, and supported Brawn in their only year. But now I tend to focus mostly on Sauber as I like an underdog and am a big KK fan. I'm not sure Ferrari need that extra 5%, I think they're being greedy.. But they've always had more power in the sport (politically) than other teams.

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