More manufacturers = more fans = more events = more money in the F1 pot. If there is more of that, the long term viability of the sport is more stable.zac510 wrote:I don't know why so many fans carry this ongoing fantasy with having as many manufacturers as possible in F1. They're fickle and jump in and out of F1 as often as their board of directors changes what type of biscuits to serve in their meetings.
There's a finite amount of pie in any sport. you can be sure that if Mercedes and Honda exit F1 and leave behind their pieces of pie then Hyundai would re-consider jumping in to take a piece of it.
Agree, but I think Hyundai just can't stomach the beating Honda are getting at the momentroon wrote:Mercedes too burned a lot of money in F1 over the past few years, apparently in the most effective way. Are Hyundai are admitting to not having enough money to burn in this specific way, or unconfident in their ability to burn said money in a competitive way?
Hyundai are a car manufacture not a soft drinks company. they would have to take over a team and introduce a engine and most of the components themselves. whats the point of using someone else engine if your trying to advertise your car brand.
Dumpster sounds so much more classy. It's the diamond of the cesspools.
The late 90s are not that long ago and as far as I know from a quick read on Wikipedia they have never won anything on a world stage. They should look at other forms of motor sports to build up experience before doing f1.Just_a_fan wrote:The Hyundai Motor Group is the third largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. They've been in motorsport since the late 90s. The fact that some haven't heard of them says more about the some than about Hyundai.
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