Thursday, September 10, 2009


What is it with the teams suddenly especially Ferrari wanting 3 cars per team for next season? This talk about it has been going on for some time. I know historically, F1 has run 3 car teams because of a shortage of participating teams therefore not enough cars to make an exciting race.

But at the moment, there are more than enough cars on the grid and next year there will be 3 more new teams adding clutter to the grid. Why should 3 car teams be introduced? Why would we want 39 cars on the track at any one time? That's too many cars for my taste. 26 next year is fine. Or is it because Luca di Montezemolo wants Schumacher to race again? Because Ferrari sucked hard this year?

And I don't understand why is McLaren supporting the idea? In fact, wouldn't 3 cars increase the cost when everybody is talking and has implemented measures to reduce cost?

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