IAF wants answers from Toyota

Nov 8, 2009 Full story: Motoring.co.za

WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO TOYOTA'S F1 TEAM? By Alan Baldwin Formula 1's governing body has sought urgent clarification from Toyota about its departure from the sport.

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Sol

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#1 Nov 8, 2009
the IAF wrote:
"We will now work to ensure that Toyota's departure is managed in the best interests of the championship…"
Toyota's walking away from an increasingly mis-managed series - so why would they give a slap about working with the IAF to make sure their departure is "managed in the best interests of the championship"?
the IAF wrote:
…[QUOTE who="the IAF"]"…and continue to encourage F1 teams to undertake the necessary cost-cutting measures for the good of the sport."
How about profit-cutting among the management for the good of the sport?

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