Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Ferrari Debating About F1 Future

In what could be seen as an attempt to put pressure on Max Mosley, Ferrari have announced that their board of directors will meet on Tuesday to debate their continued participation in F1.

While the efforts to cut costs in the sport have been welcomed, the FIA's plan to give those adhering to the cap unlimited technical freedoms has been met with opposition by F1's manufacturer outfits who foresee it resulting in a two-tier Championship.

Ferrari and FIA President Mosley have already clashed over the cap with the Scuderia's president Luca di Montezemolo warning that F1 is not a never-ending story for the Italian outfit.

Mosley responded by saying that the sport could survive without Ferrari, prompting F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone to join the fray, stating that F1 and Ferrari are a marriage made in heaven, one of those super things that work well.

Ferrari are not stupid, he repeated yesterday. They don't want to leave Formula One and we don't want to lose them, so we'll get to grips with it.

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