Dodgy Business: The good and bad sides to F1

Dodgy Business: The good and bad sides to F1

Tony Dodgins takes a look at the continuing politics in the F1 paddock over the German Grand Prix weekend and how they failed to overshadow an absorbing race and maiden victory for Mark Webber.

Last Wednesday at Nurburgring typified all that is currently wrong with F1.

A meeting of the sporting and technical working groups had been scheduled to hammer out the future direction and arrive at a situation whereby the teams were happy to put their names to a new Concorde Agreement that would facilitate peace in our time and allow the sport to move forward.

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