No split, no budget cap – and no Max Mosley. A victory for FOTA and F1?

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

I wasn’t expecting F1’s long-standing row to be resolved today any more than I had on the many other ‘deadline days’ which have come and passed with no resolution. But the decision from the World Motor Sports Council came remarkably swiftly: next year’s F1 championship will be run to rules broadly similar to this year. … Continue reading No split, no budget cap – and no Max Mosley. A victory for FOTA and F1?

Ferrari, fuel, and hospitality

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

As at last year’s British Grand Prix I was fortunate to receive an invitation to visit Shell’s fuel laboratory for Ferrari last weekend. I was treated to hospitality at the corporate suite overlooking Copse corner, and was able to visit the Ferrari garage between Saturday practice and qualifying. Both of which provided food for thought.

Save F1 or stick with Mosley: the World Motor Sports Council?s choice (Updated)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Today?s World Motor Sports Council meeting was originally set to ratify the FIA?s planned entry list for 2010. But the failure of President Max Mosley to supply a list, and the declaration by eight of F1?s ten teams that they will form their own breakaway championship unless he steps aside, leaves the WMSC with a … Continue reading Save F1 or stick with Mosley: the World Motor Sports Council?s choice (Updated)