F1 » Missing Concorde offer no deterrent to Marussia


Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon insists that the team will be on the grid next season, despite apparently not being offered a chance to sign up to the new Concorde Agreement.


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Josh - Unregistered

December 08, 2012 5:13 PM

"Now they have nothing to sign. What if they decide to run moveable aero parts or traction control?"

... Are you having me on or something? As I've tried explaining, it dictates the monetary aspects of Formula 1, not the technical regulations. If they try and run moveable aero parts or traction control they'll suffer the consequences, as any team, Concorde or not, would.

Ask yourself, would the FIA and Bernie be so stupid to let a team compete in the championship having not formally signed a contract that binds them to the regulations? No. And they haven't. Because Concorde has nothing to do with it...

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