Lorenzo_Bandini wrote:Ferrari did nothing wrong.
donskar wrote:How invigorating:
Red Bull is the richest.
No, it's Ferrari
No Red Bull!
JohnsonsEvilTwin wrote:@mandrake and donskar
So, 2 posts and no opinion...
Can we move the thread forward by at least agreeing that FOTA is in disarray due to red bull and Ferrari leaving over resource restriction?
The rest is speculative debate which is what forum is for. Maybe we can hear what both of you actually think RE: the forum topic? Just a thought....
I understand that all the big 4 are in heathrow this morning trying to salvage something behind closed doors. Let's hope there is agreement.
donskar wrote:Lastly, no organization can be hopeful for success when it is made up of competitors of vastly differing capabilities. Ferrari, McLaren, RBR, etc do NOT, can NOT, and must NOT concern themselves with the success or failure of the make weight teams like HRT, Marussia, Sauber, Williams et al. Sharks eat minnows or sharks starve. The teams that have the power and the money will work hard to MAINTAIN their advantage in power and money, NOT SHARE that advantage.
JohnsonsEvilTwin wrote:Basically the only reason to split from FOTA in this time where negotiations ate due for the renewal of the Concorde agreement would be to spend more money. Either that or I'm losing my marbles...
JohnsonsEvilTwin wrote:I actually agree with that WhiteBlue.
In the real world aero has almost no relevance. Ferrari have a point and this really needs sorting out.
If red bull suffer for the greater good of f1, is that a bad thing?
They have 2 titles back to back and head into 2012 favourites, pretty good going really.
So ferrari want limitations on aero, and red bull refused... Impasse.
If the FIA step in it will be in favour of a less aero dependant formula. So really, the writing is on the wall and red bull are probably going to do their own thing until 2014....
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