Posted by Mark on February 23, 2010 | No Comments
The 2010 season hasn’t even begun and Ferrari are already moaning! They have launched an attack on the new F1 teams and Max Mosley.
But they have a point, as things stand we do not know which teams will be on the grid in Bahrain, USF1 have made a request to the FIA to miss the first three races and Campos Meta appear to be having serious financial trouble. They blame Max Mosley for allowing new teams to enter the Championship. Ferrari have posted a news story entitled The Horse Whisperer – For Whom The Bell Tolls
“This is the legacy of the holy war waged by the former FIA president. The cause in question was to allow smaller teams to get into Formula 1.This is the outcome: two teams will limp into the start of the championship, a third is being pushed into the ring by an invisible hand – you can be sure it is not the hand of Adam Smith – and, as for the fourth, well, you would do better to call on Missing Persons to locate it. In the meantime, we have lost two constructors along the way, in the shape of BMW and Toyota, while at Renault, there’s not much left other than the name. Was it all worth it?”
This renewed attack on Mosley will no doubt provoke a response from the man himself.
They go on to critisie Stefan GP, “the Serbian vultures” who have “picked the bones of Toyota on its death bed” and to rub salt in to the wounds, Stefan GP have employed Mike Coughlan who was at the centre of the Ferrari / McLaren spying scandal in 2008.