Hot News
for your iPhone
for your iPad
Go to our forums to discuss this news
DATE News (chronologically)
F1's political intrigue turns to humor
(GMM)  Memorable quotes have flown thick and fast as political intrigue swills in the Shanghai paddock.

After likening Jenson Button's pace to that of a concrete post, Flavio Briatore then said a Chinese taxi driver would do a better job than Ross Brawn of heading FOTA's technical committee.

Asked if he had a rejoinder to the Renault boss, Brawn said: "I think change the medication!"

Sir Frank Williams, meanwhile, amusingly responded to Briatore's anger about the diffuser affair.

"Flavio would not recognize a diffuser even it is were stuffed with money," he quipped.

A correspondent London's Times newspaper, meanwhile, recalled Bernie Ecclestone's musings about the F1 teams' alliance FOTA on the same flight from the UK to Shanghai.

Reporter Martin Johnson said: "Bernie claimed he didn't read the FOTA association letters because his dog always ate them before he could get them in the shredder."

Hot News Archives
2000 2001 2002 2003

Search Hot News
Search Help
AutoRacing1 Inc. BBB Business Review