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Enough of this bike shit.

Domenicali is the new CEO of F1, replacing Chase Carey. On the one hand, he’s an F1 man and did a great job with F2 & 3. Plus he doesn’t have a ridiculous moustache. But he does put the F for Ferrari into F for F1.

Not sure; Todt at the FIA and Domenicali at F1 doesn’t seem right.
 
Enough of this bike shit.

Domenicali is the new CEO of F1, replacing Chase Carey. On the one hand, he’s an F1 man and did a great job with F2 & 3. Plus he doesn’t have a ridiculous moustache. But he does put the F for Ferrari into F for F1.

Not sure; Todt at the FIA and Domenicali at F1 doesn’t seem right.
Published by: AUTOCAR magazine, on 22 September 2020

Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali set to leave firm to run F1

Report suggests former Ferrari F1 team boss will leave Lamborghini to take on role overseeing the sport.

Stefano Domenicali is set to leave Lamborghini to run F1


Lamborghini boss Stefano Domenicali is set to leave the firm to become the new CEO of Formula 1, according to a report by F1 website RaceFans.

Domenicali, who ran the Ferrari F1 team prior to joining Lamborghini, is mooted to be taking over from current F1 supremo Chase Carey, who has run the sport since January 2017 on behalf of Liberty Media.

The appointment of Domenicali would result in a strong presence of ex-Ferrari personnel at the head of the sport; F1’s managing director is ex-Ferrari head of design Ross Brawn, while FIA President Jean Todt used to be the Scuderia's sporting director.


Lamborghini declined to comment on Domenicali’s potential departure, while F1 has yet to respond for a request to comment.

 
Enough of this bike shit.

Domenicali is the new CEO of F1, replacing Chase Carey. On the one hand, he’s an F1 man and did a great job with F2 & 3. Plus he doesn’t have a ridiculous moustache. But he does put the F for Ferrari into F for F1.

Not sure; Todt at the FIA and Domenicali at F1 doesn’t seem right.

Todt is standing down when his third term ends next year.

Domenicali resigned from Ferrari in 2014. He was ordered to sack the engine designer of the new hybrid, but refused. At least he’s got morals and a spine. From what ive read he is one of the most well liked guys around.

Ferrari could actually be worried by having someone at the top who is aware of their tricks and deceitful approach within F1.
 
No, mostly Spanish or Italian.
I cannot confirm if any identify as black, and as we know, that is as important as being black....
That'll explain why they don't do the 'taking the knee' bollocks.


'I've never seen so many white people', anybody?
 
I think Domenicali is a good choice. He's known and well regarded in the paddock. He left the dancing donkeys when he realised that he couldn't do any more with the situation around him. I think they have an extremely toxic undercurrent that we don't even know the half off. I consider Nigel Stepney is F1's David Kelly.

Yet again, there is talk of Ferrari favouritism, just like Todt & Brawn. I don't think we'll see that. Firstly, people at that level have loyalty to the position they are in now. Seeing Ferrari performing as they are, and knowing that it must have been the better option for them to choose than any alternative, shows that Todt can be tough.

Secondly, Ferrari get through so many staff that barring any ex Maranello employees from positions is diluting the available talent pool.

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Todt is standing down when his third term ends next year.

Domenicali resigned from Ferrari in 2014. He was ordered to sack the engine designer of the new hybrid, but refused. At least he’s got morals and a spine. From what ive read he is one of the most well liked guys around.

Ferrari could actually be worried by having someone at the top who is aware of their tricks and deceitful approach within F1.
I know. Was playing for cheap laughs.

I too think that Domenicali is a good choice. IMHO he was an excellent team principal. He did a great job on F2 & 3 and he’s obviously well liked and respected around the sport.
 
Despite four WDCs, vettel demonstrates that at best he’s just an average F1 driver, put any other average driver with the car and set up that he had and they would have 4 WDCs.
 
Lewis is having a horror show.







Until that Q3 lap.
 
F1 News: Racing Point “surprised” by Perez criticism

Perez is their best driver and saved them in 2018 as Force India and they wonder why he's upset? Shower of cnuts.

From your link;

Green stressed that any holding back of information involved only the 2021 programme, which is standard practice at any team where a driver isn’t staying on.
“Those conversations are for next year's car, basically,” said Green. “We're not excluding him from anything we're doing this year. It's in our interest to have him as fast as we can get him for the rest of the season. We're in a fight for the championship.
“But one thing that we won't be discussing, we won't be talking about, is what we do for next year's car. But that shouldn't that doesn't prevent us from doing the job that we do now for this year.”

And?
 

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