F3 » Euro: Carlin quits F3 Euroseries to focus on GP3


Carlin - one of the most successful teams in British F3 history - has revealed that it is withdrawing from the F3 Euroseries after two tough campaigns in order to focus on the new GP3 Championship in 2010

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Mr T - Unregistered

November 12, 2009 9:13 PM

Chilton needs to go back to formula ford and learn, just because you have the money to jump straight into F3 from t-cars doesn't make it a good idea! He's gunna be eaten alive in GP2, unless daddy can pay off all the other drivers to let akne face win - like he did with riciardo at brands!

F1init - Unregistered

November 13, 2009 1:19 AM

What a load of old waffle, most drivers need families with deep pockets.
Plus all the waffle about restructuring at Carlin. Carlin's debts were getting on for a million £ according to the letter to creditors.
"Restructuring" should read as take over / bail out of failed business!
Carlin was said to have been walking on water for years re debt and suppliers witholding services until they'd been paid.
The main talent of Carlin's directors is 'rumoured' to have been liquid intake :) just a pity that TC and Co had not concentrated more on business and racing than aiding the profits of Leuven's famous brew :p

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