snowmansion wrote:Sorry for this but i see alot of topics that are all regarding the same : the future (2010-) of F1. So it like searching for a needle in a haystack.
Just this question is: why is the future called a two tied championship? Do they refer to the teams that are about to enter the F1 and the current F1 teams?
In my point of view this is because all the teams that are willing to enter the F1 in 2010 with the budgetcap of 45Million can test and spend whatever they want right now. Combined with the 'free'regulations that can result in a super car that can beat ferrari (And all the teams that are willing to quit F1) easily. Ferrari and the teams that are willing to quit how much can they spend on R&D? Because for what i know the budgetcap is not concering the R&D part right? So if the big fabric teams can spend as much on R&D to optimalize a supercar for 2010 then there is no problem? Or is it just because there is to little time left for the current competing teams due to this season racing?
The teams that are about to enter have a advantage in time because they can start right now...
Is my pov correct?
richard_leeds wrote:Here's an analogy...
Billionaires often pay pop stars (say Beyonce) to perform at private parties. They often ask for their favourite tunes to be added to the list. The pop stars don't mind since they get to play a bit, travel and get the cash.
Now imagine the billionaire says to Beyonce "I've done a deal and some foreign governments are paying me a back hand to host my party in their country. Even though I now have loads of cash, I've decided to pay you less ... and by the way I've decided that you are only going to play Enimem tracks."
Meanwhile Beyonce knows she can fill a stadium back home instead of a few folk at a private party, she can play her own songs, get a fair share of the cash, and more importantly, build her own brand. Brand leads to merchandise and sponsorships, and they pay for the spectacular show.
Bit of a no brainer isn't it?
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