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Sasha Alexandrovich

March 05, 2015 11:27 AM

F1 » Van der Garde begins legal hearing against Sauber


Crash, also include that Sauber already lost the case at the arbitration court in Switzerland (as specified in the contract) which has ordered to give a seat to Van der Garde as specified by the, accourding to the court, still valid contract of Van der Garde. So Sauber are acting against the legally binding arbitration court. And that will be the legal case in Australia. Good chance that he will win. And as a result Sauber might be in deep ****. They either give him the seat and lose money on the other contracts or they have to pay (and get their assets seized or a seizure on the FOM money). They will have to pay anyway, because if Van der Garde is not on the Australian grid, he can claim damages in a Swiss court with succes - as arbitration already decided in his favour-.

Sasha Alexandrovich

March 05, 2015 3:29 PM

F1 » Van der Garde begins legal hearing against Sauber


@richard according tot the Swiss arbitration comittee (witt full legal binding rulings) the contractual obligations were met and therefore under Swiss law the contract is still in place today, with the contract stating that he will have a race seat for this season. That was the ruling. They would not have ruled that way if the contractual obligations were not met from the side of Van der Garde.

Sasha Alexandrovich

March 06, 2015 7:33 AM

F1 » Van der Garde begins legal hearing against Sauber


Guido has two options: Either he wins in Australia and gets his seat back, at least for the first race. When he looses, he can go back to the Swiss Court with the arbitration ruling and ask for compensation. The maximum compensation he will be able to get is the difference between his pay money and Nasr's pay money. As the legally binding arbitration ruled that Sauber has to give him his seat back, his first contract is the most valid. Then the 2nd signed contract of Ericsson. Then the third contract of Nasr and then the 4th contract of the Ferrari guy. So Sauber would probably have to kick out Nasr, which is expensive. The worth of Guido's contract is the difference with Nasr's pay money. At that point the team breaks even with either driver.

Sasha Alexandrovich

March 03, 2015 1:21 PM

F1 » Fernando Alonso to miss Australian Grand Prix


Three weeks rest/no risk after a heavy concussion is quite normal now. If you'd fall and get knocked out they'd advise you not to take any risk the coming weeks. You can diagnose a heavy concussion (small blood vessel fractures) and see no big damage, but that does not mean that it is a good idea to risk a heavy blow soon, because the freshly healed tissue will get damaged more easily and likely worse than before creating a far bigger risk. It's like breaking your leg, but you take of the cast after two weeks. The bone will be healed a bit but when you stress the bone to much it will break again.


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