+1xpensive wrote:If BMW actually got some of their investment money back, I'm certain that the Munich board are xtremely satisfied to have gotten out of this corrupt business in better shape than Honda did.
Sheesh. Perhaps BMW will stay to hold it together.
BMW in particular. Its like they don't quite know what they want to do, just know they want out. They want to shut it down, like Toyota, but want the positive PR, like Honda. They've tried taking a middle ground and its actually resulted in the worst of both worlds!PNSD wrote:I think its a disgrace the way Toyota and BMW have left.
BMW is shutting the engine plant in Germany. That is separate from the ex-Sauber F1 chassis/aero facility in Switzerland.ringo wrote:Why did sauber chose to use the ferrari engines though?
The BMW power plants were not so bad, i believe they could be second most powerful to the benz. BMW should have continued to supply engines.
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