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Mosley Wants Further Cost Reduction in F1
Mosley Wants Further Cost Reduction in F1

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Max Mosley insisted that more cost-cutting measures should be taken under consideration to make the sport of Formula One even easier to be sustained. The FIA president admitted he was very pleased w...

 
Mosley Pushes for Budget Caps in F1
Mosley Pushes for Budget Caps in F1

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Max Mosley's letter to the Formula One Teams Association only hours before the FIA-FOTA meeting today revealed that there is still much more in store in terms of cost-reduction policies in Form...

 
FIA: Moveable Parts Will Increase Show in Formula 1
FIA: Moveable Parts Will Increase Show in Formula 1

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / FIA are likely to discuss the possibility of introducing “moveable aerodynamic devices” into the sport of Formula 1 during their meeting with the FOTA representatives later today. As sho...

 
FOTA Put Cost Cutting Plan into Action
FOTA Put Cost Cutting Plan into Action

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / The Formula One Teams Association (FOTA) have finalized talks on Thursday concerning the implementation of certain cost cutting measures in the sport. The executive committee of FOTA decided to ban ...

 
What Does F1 Have in Store for Us in 2009?
What Does F1 Have in Store for Us in 2009?

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Year after year, Formula One changes some of its coordinates – whether we’re talking about new technical regulations imposed by the FIA or simply changing the sport’s format a litt...

 
Ferrari to Quit F1 On Standard Engine Grounds
Ferrari to Quit F1 On Standard Engine Grounds

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Ferrari have issued a warning on FIA concerning their future participation in Formula 1. The Scuderia issued a statement earlier today announcing that they consider leaving the sport if FIA impleme...

 
Toyota Dismiss Quitting Rumors
Toyota Dismiss Quitting Rumors

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Toyota dismissed rumors that they are to quit F1 should FIA introduce standard engines in 2010. Following the FIA – FOTA meeting in Geneva last week, the team's principal John Howett was ...

 
FOTA-FIA Conclude Productive Talks
FOTA-FIA Conclude Productive Talks

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / FOTA president Luca di Montezemolo revealed that he was delighted with the way talks with FIA's Max Mosley went during the Monaco meeting yesterday evening. The two international bodies discuss...

 
FIA Calms Down Ferrari, Insists They Were Misinformed
FIA Calms Down Ferrari, Insists They Were Misinformed

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Shortly after announcing that they will reconsider their participation in Formula One should FIA impose a standard engine rule starting 2010, Ferrari received a brief answer from the International A...

 
FIA Reveal Cost-Cutting Plan for Formula 1
FIA Reveal Cost-Cutting Plan for Formula 1

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Following the meeting between the FIA and the FOTA in the mid-week (at Monaco), the World Motor Sport Council revealed earlier today the measures that are to be taken throughout the following 2 seas...

 
FIA Released Mosley's Letter to F1 Teams
FIA Released Mosley's Letter to F1 Teams

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / One day before Max Mosley meets manufacturer representatives Luca di Montezemolo and John Howett at Geneva concerning cutting costs in Formula 1, the International Automobile Federation has released...

 
Gene Thinks Less of In-Race Refuel Ban
Gene Thinks Less of In-Race Refuel Ban

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Not everyone in the F1 paddock thinks much of the latest proposal regarding a refueling ban for the upcoming years. Despite helping to decrease costs within Formula 1 – bringing the fuel prici...

 
Frank Williams Raises the Stakes: Bring In Budget Caps!
Frank Williams Raises the Stakes: Bring In Budget Caps!

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / It was once believed that introducing a salary cap in Formula 1 could save the sport from going bankrupt in the upcoming years. All that talk – including the FIA proposal on the matter –...

 
FIA and FOTA Reach Agreement
FIA and FOTA Reach Agreement

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Following their meeting in Geneva yesterday, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) and Formula One Teams' Association (FOTA) agreed on a drastic plan to reduce costs for the upcoming Fo...

 
Ferrari Happy with FIA-FOTA Conclusions
Ferrari Happy with FIA-FOTA Conclusions

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Ferrari's CEO Luca di Montezemolo confirmed yesterday that some of the new rules for the upcoming two F1 seasons include a dramatic chance in terms of engine use as well as decreased pricing fo...

 
FOTA Pleads for Higher Revenues
FOTA Pleads for Higher Revenues

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / The latest cost-cutting measures introduced by the FIA last week will not only help the teams within the F1 paddock survive the financial difficulties but will also set a new base for further negoti...

 
Renault Deny Standard Engine Rumors
Renault Deny Standard Engine Rumors

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Following the latest rumors regarding the possibility of Renault considering the Cosworth units for their 2010 F1 programme, the French manufacturer issued a quick statement earlier today, dismissin...

 
Mosley: Standard Engine Is the Right Path
Mosley: Standard Engine Is the Right Path

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Only hours before meeting the FOTA (Formula One Teams Association) representatives in Monaco later today, FIA president Max Mosley insisted that introducing a standard engine in Formula 1 is the fir...

 
Ferrari Likely to Start 2009 without KERS
Ferrari Likely to Start 2009 without KERS

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Ferrari are very likely to start next season without their kinetic energy recovery system unit. Although not a secret to anyone, Ferrari playing catch-up in terms of KERS development has become offi...

 
Niki Lauda: Hurrying KERS into F1 is Illogical
Niki Lauda: Hurrying KERS into F1 is Illogical

21 Nov 2012, 14:06 UTC / Former F1 champion Niki Lauda has backed Ferrari's decision to ask the International Automobile Federation (FIA) for a delay in introducing the expensive KERS technology in 2009. The Fin argued...