Well How wrong I was [f1.racing-live.com]
Maybe Paul Stoddart is in fact the only reasonable one there after all. So what does this mean?
Do we need more tyre manufacturers? Goes against all the const saving measures by the FIA.
One tyre manufacturer? Probably the most likely outcome - the tyre manufacturer would then be free to focus on safety and driveability.
Does this make the GPWC more likely? Well, it will certainly fire up the GPWC teams (all of whom a are michelin shod).
Not much to say really - I don't understand the some of the FIA's ways, I guess this is just one of them.
Not surprisingly the official f1 website is not responding.
02:02 PM, 19 Jun 2005 by Mark Aufflick Permalink
Dutch Grand Prix, 1961
The only other time that all starters finished.
I think Charlie Whiting was being quite reasonable in his comments:
Finally, it has been suggested that a chicane should be laid out in Turn 13. I am sure you will appreciate that this is out of the question. To change the course in order to help some of the teams with a performance problem caused by their failure to bring suitable equipment to the race would be a breach of the rules and grossly unfair to those teams which have come to Indianapolis with the correct tyres.Semi from TramTown
by Unregistered Visitor on 06/19/05