Theissen: FOTA keeping 'all options open'
BMW Sauber boss Mario Theissen has confirmed FOTA are keeping "all options open" as their row with the FIA rumbles on.
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#1 Jul 12, 2009
Till from 1996 until 2007 i never miss to watch a grand prix race in one season but for the the last 3 seasons I lost my interest in Formula one because it is less exciting and the race cars are made to look rediculous. The A1 cars looks more sophiticated and eye appealing than the current F1 race cars. The freeze in engine development? what is it for? to block technology and give chance to striving car companies to develop a better and efficient engines and engine managements? its really not a waste of time and money or is it, cos the same technology can be applied to our everyday cars that could even help the environment. Get rid of politicking and the Dictators of FIA and emphasize on a better motor racing and its development to make it exciting to viewers as before.
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