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Stewart is right that manufacturers come and go. And it was obvious early in 2008 that some of them would not stay in F1 with plunging sales and massive cost cutting in their core businesses.
The Ferrari idea that Mosley was responsible for Honda, BMW and then Toyota leaving has always been absurd. Their managements all gave excessive cost and the economic downturn as their reasons for leaving. They were obviously not lying.
Ferrari may not like new teams but without them we would be looking at a maximum of 18 cars. We should welcome the new teams - everyone has to start somewhere as indeed Ferrari did 60 odd years ago.
Maybe Ferrari, too, needs new management.