Two more sign ‘new Concorde’

(GMMF1.NET) Two more teams have joined Ferrari in vowing to sign a 2008-2012 'Concorde Agreement.' That's the claim of F1 impresario Bernie Ecclestone, 74. ''I can't say who,'' he told 'World on Sunday.' The two teams are believed to be Jordan and Red Bull.

Ecclestone also claimed that a more effective, cheaper and harmonious end for the rogue 'GPWC' carmaker group would be to buy the banks' 75 per cent stake in F1. Max Mosley thinks they'd snap it up for $1b. 'The manufacturers want to run F1 like a modern supermarket,'' said Bernie, ''but it's an exclusive fashion store.''

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