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April 03, 2015 7:47 PM

F1 » FIA willing to consider ‘all-female’ motorsport series

Reverse discrimination is still discrimination. Wasn't there a series in the UK with all female drivers in Mazda RX8s? What happened to that? Unless of course it is like the Jackie Chan Celebrity Challenge that they used to run at the Macau GP. All the drivers were ladies, but none were allowed to have a driving licence, and they were copiloted by celebrities :D


March 13, 2015 6:53 PM

F1 » Kaltenborn will not quit over Sauber contract fiasco

To be honest I think his career would be over if he caved anyway. Not enough seats and too many butts with money in the back pocket. He is best doing what most ex F1 drivers do and finding himself a good GT racing team. However, I fully stand by his attempt to get what he can from the situation as it stands. Who posting here would not do so? Very few. He is out of pocket, with a damaged reputation and possibly career. I would want to claim back everything I could.


March 13, 2015 6:41 PM

F1 » Kaltenborn will not quit over Sauber contract fiasco

I am not supporting MK but I want to say that the contracts are worth nothing statement needs to be put into context. I have found a transcript of the conversation where she said this, and she is talking about team and prize money contracts: "It is for the FIA to see if something has been done that is damaging the sport. And that is very much the responsibility of the FIA." When asked what could be achieved to change the way F1's prize structure works, since this is laid out in individual deals between Ecclestone and the teams, she said: "There is no contract that you cannot change, and what is a contract worth when you see what is happening to the sport? "The way we are going, it is definitely going to harm the income at some point of time."


March 06, 2015 4:32 PM

F1 » Van der Garde begins legal hearing against Sauber

107SS2009: There will be a hearing in Victoria on Monday, this is an occasion of note, because the supreme court does not open on a public holiday such as labour day, Giedo is not requesting damages but asking for reinstatement, this could see Geido driving for Sauber next weekend against the wishes of the team, bizarre the likes of never seen before.
Except for Ricardo Rosset. Wasn't he kept in the car because of a contractual obligation? Or it might have been a Tyrrell shareholder disagreement, I can't quite remember.

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