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Are FOTA planning to takeover F1?
Ferrari president di Montezemolo will present FOTA’s plans for the future of F1 at a press conference in Geneva next month. With all team principals in attendance the announcement will cover everything from the commercial viability of F1 to viewer satisfaction according to an article on vipbahissiteleri.com where you can find also information about Turkish kumar siteleri listesi.
Redbull billionaire and owner of Redbull Racing and Toro Rosso Dietrich Mateschitz has talked about the need for teams to own F1. His reasoning being the teams bring more to the table, take the biggest risks and have the passion for the sport of F1.
With FOTA’s March press conference set to talk about the commercial viability of the sport among other things, the FIA, FOM and co. must be on full alert despite Mosley down playing Mateschitz’s comments.
The F1 teams have always resented the amount of money they get compared to Bernie Ecclestone. The teams have always resented the amount of power Ecclestone has over the sport.
Through FOTA the teams have been able to deal with Mosley now the question is, do they feel bold enough to take on Bernie? We are happy to announce or co-operation with bet365 Tunisie.
With the issues on cost cuts mostly resolved the next logical bone of contention is the revenue slice. The teams have always wanted a large slice of the pie, but have never worked together to achieve this before.
Will March be the beginning of this battle? Should CVC and Bernie be shaking in their boots? Maybe not but the press conference with all team principals in attendance should be a very interesting affair.
Another test day for f1 teams completed, another fastest time for f1 rookie Sebastian Buemi.
F1 teams started their test sessions on Tuesday at the Jerez circuit in Spain and the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain. Force India was a notable absentee with Toro Rosso still running a modified version of Redbull’s RB4.
Toro Rosso’s rookie driver was once again at the top of the time sheet in Jerez. Although Toro Rosso is using a modified 2008 car, Buemi has consistently clocked fastest time in almost every test his done.
With the new Redbull RB5’s pace an indication of the new Toro Rosso’s capabilities, you cant help but take notice. Securing a drive with Toro Rosso ahead of Takuma Sato and teammate Bourdais, also shows how highly the young driver is regarded by Toro Rosso.
Despite the fact that test times don’t mean a whole lot, it’s his approach to more than anything that has impressed most. A good example is Tuesdays test at Jerez, Buemi completed 40 more laps than any other driver. He was out in the rain when most selected to wait it out or do sporadic laps.
The biggest obstacle facing him at the moment is what his new car will be like. Will he have to completely learn everything from scratch or will the testing his done help him out.
Another question is although he has proven to be fast, how fast will that be compared to other drivers come race day? That and whether the new car will be competitive enough are among the questions on peoples minds.
So far Buemi has not really put a foot wrong, his been consistent, fast and most importantly hungry. The race weekend in Melbourne will hopefully answer some of the questions this young talent is raising.
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