"I think the teams will get a lot of what they want; they need a good, stable governing body - infact, the federations (in sport) never tend to be popular."
dave34m wrote:Wow this has been getting interesting, I hope however this finishes that it will finally be an end to MM and BE.
dave34m wrote:Bernie may want to be involved but I for one think that any future series would be far better off without him. He may have done many good things for F1 in the past but the direction it has gone recently has damaged the sport (IMO).
Im sure noone likes to see these huge new tracks empty of fans, while fan favorites are being discarded every year.
djos wrote:WhiteBlue wrote:It sounds like Max Mosley is surrendering. There isn't an awefull lot of alternatives for him with the FOTA getting serious about the break away. I wonder how FOTA will get on with Bernie. If Bernie gives them the kind of money they want and grant them a veto on deciding GPs they will probably be happy. I just don't see how FOM can avoid going bust over this.
Yeah, he now realises that FOTA is not messing about!
FIA drops legal actions against FOTA, Mosley ready to talk
jamsbong wrote:Bernie has the money and he is driven by money only. He does not care bout fans or who is winning. So it depends whether FOTA can offer him a better deal or FIA.
Max on the other hand has been dictator all this time. I don't think he wants to step down nor listen to FOTA.
ISLAMATRON wrote:Ferrari alone isnt ---, we are basically watching F1 without Ferrari this year, they went the the first 3 races without scoring a point. The strength in FOTA lies in the combonation of those 8 teams, the drivers and all their collective sponsors.
ISLAMATRON wrote:Ferrari alone isnt ---, we are basically watching F1 without Ferrari this year, they went the the first 3 races without scoring a point.
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