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October 26, 2013 4:07 AM

F1 » Horner: F1 should be open-minded on customer cars

Why do the teams act as if they would be FORCED to lay people off and buy customer cars. If FI didn't want a customer car, nobody would be forcing them or any other team to buy one. On the other hand it would allow for more teams to enter the sport while also allowing the teams to save money by selling off their cars. FI is only against it cause nobody would buy their junk. Open the rules up and institute budget caps and the sports problems would disappear. 150 million per team, any engine config/size, standard low profile wheels, open tire war (all homologated and available to anyone) and their is your "formula" for true F1 DNA.


August 29, 2012 1:36 PM

MotoGP » Colin Edwards ready for Aprilia switch

Biaggi changes his engine every single moto. He literally goes thru 3x the motors that the ART guys are allowed. The MSMA will never let the CRTs be competitive. We got prototypes in WSBK (BMW & Aprilia) and we got less-than SBK's in MotoGP. It's a total clusterfvck. All the riders should just take a page out of Stoners book and walk until demands of rationality are met. They are losing fans by the droves.

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