F1: Why the decision's never final

F1: Why the decision's never final

Formula 1 teams' inability to agree on the simplest of issues is choking its direction and growth, says Dieter Rencken, while outlining a few examples

Back in 2010 this column interviewed Peter Sauber about his full-time return to Formula 1 after BMW exited the sport, leaving the Swiss to pick up the pieces of the team the German firm had bought just four years previously.

Arguably the wisest man in the paddock, Sauber was asked at the time to list the marked differences between F1 in 2006 and 2010 – six months after Max Mosley had vacated the FIA presidential office following some of the most acrimonious moments in the sport's 60-year history.

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