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nealio

March 11, 2015 2:44 PM

F1 » Sauber appeal against van der Garde court decision


van der Garde may win the battle but lose the war. Sauber is walking a fine line to stay in business. van der garde is placing his advantage as more important than the livelihoods of 300 employees at Sauber. I would imagine this is well noticed down the pitlane and van der Garde will likely find he is un-employable by any but the most desperate of underfinanced teams in the future. And he probably could of had the second Manor chair without going to court.

nealio

February 06, 2015 3:55 PM

F1 » Force India: Marussia F1 proposal 'lacked substance'


""The trouble was that you can't do these things for one team, you have got to do it for everybody," says Ecclestone when asked about Marussia being cut from the championship. So does this mean that each entrant for 2015 will have to gain the unanimous approval of the F1 strategy group? I'd think the lawyers would be licking their lips over this. The tech regs haven't changed that much from last year and it would seem that Marussia could modify last year's car to fit the regs for this year. If they present a chassis that conforms to the regs what reason is there to put them before the f1 strategy group? This mess is the direct result of the commercial rights holder buying the regulatory rights of F1 and marginalizing the FIA in the running of the series. I would be very worried if I were sauber, Force India or Lotus.

nealio

February 06, 2015 3:13 PM

F1 » Force India: Marussia F1 proposal 'lacked substance'


""The trouble was that you can't do these things for one team, you have got to do it for everybody," says Ecclestone when asked about the decision to exclude Marussia from the championship. So does this mean that each entrant for 2015 will have to gain the unanimous approval of the F1 strategy group? I'd think the lawyers would be licking their lips over this. The tech regs haven't changed that much from last year and it would seem that Marussia could modify last year's car to fit the regs for this year. If they present a chassis that conforms to the regs what reason is there to put them before the f1 strategy group? This mess is the direct result of the commercial rights holder buying the regulatory rights of F1 and marginalizing the FIA in the running of the series. I would be very concerned if I were Sauber, Lotus or Force India.


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