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本帖最后由 北星束 于 2009-5-26 11:54 编辑

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Ferrari Prepared To Walk Away


The boss of Ferrari has told Sky News that the team's threat to leave Formula One if a proposed budget cap is enforced is not a bluff. Sky's Joel Hills talks to Piero Ferrari in this exclusive interview.



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Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe of Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello, they built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari is unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.

“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out whenever we like.”

But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula One predictable. Meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the Constructor's championship but
is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.  

Little wonder then that Ferrari and the other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.

“No compromise. We don’t want to make any step back. Really, no compromise. We want no budget cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed out.
Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budget cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.

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本帖最后由 sainfoinwy 于 2009-5-17 13:33 编辑

Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe for Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello they built a technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari, it’s unthinkable. Think again, says the // man who started it all.

 

 

“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”

 

But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

 

Yes, for sure.

 

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the feature of this board. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula one predictable meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

 

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eight. Ferrari won the constructed championship but is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

 

Little wonder then that Ferrari and other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.

 

“No compromise. We don’t want to make any stepback. No compromise we want no budge cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it.”

 

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

 

In 1986, Ferrari flared out with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it’s never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.

 

Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budge cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet. 

 

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本帖最后由 Chloé 于 2009-5-17 16:37 编辑

Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe for Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello they built a technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari, it’s unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.


“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”

But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the feature of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula one predictable meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the constructor's championship but is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

Little wonder then that Ferrari and other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.

“No compromise. We don’t want to make any stepback. Really, no compromise we want no budge cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out [=quarrel]with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.

Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budge cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.
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Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe of Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello they built a technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari, it’s unthinkable. Think again, says the shock of the man who started it all.


“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”

But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the feature of this board. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula one predictable meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eight. Ferrari won the constructed championship but is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.



Little wonder then that Ferrari and other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.

“No compromise. We don’t want to make any stepback. Brilliant, no compromise we want no budge cap, the same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari flared out with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it’s never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.

Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budge cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.
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Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe for Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello. They built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari, it’s unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.


“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”

But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula one predictable meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the constructor's championship but is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

Little wonder then that Ferrari and other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.

“No compromise. We don’t want to make any step back. Really, no compromise. We want no budge cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out [=quarrel]with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.

Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budge cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.
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本帖最后由 hotfresh 于 2009-5-17 19:30 编辑

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Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe for Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello. They built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari, it’s unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.

“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”
But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula one predictable meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the constructor's championship but is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

Little wonder then that Ferrari and other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.
“No compromise. We don’t want to make any step back. Really, no compromise. We want no budget cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out [=quarrel]with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.
Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budget cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.

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eg.   placed a cap on mortgage rates.
        给抵押利率定一个上限
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Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe of Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello, they built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari is unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.

“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”
But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula One predictable. Meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the constructor's championship but it's thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

Little wonder then that Ferrari and the other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.
“No compromise. We don’t want to make any step back. Really, no compromise. We want no budget cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.
Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budget cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.

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Cars win races not driver that’s what they believe Ferrari for the last 60 years here in // they built technology that dominated the motor racing. Formular one without Ferrari it’s unthinkable think again says //who started it all.

We are out of options. This is not we are not jail Formular is not jail. We can step out where we are.

But are you serious about putting out Formular one if the cat goes ahead. Yes for sure.

Formular one governing the FIA is worried about the future of the sports.
// say Ferrari’s domination has made Formular one predictable meanwhile the economical down term has forced manufacture like Honda to give up. The concern is other teams will follow.


Formular is an expensive business last season // spent estimated 18 million pounds on the car failed to win any points. William spent estimated 100 million pounds still finish date. Ferrari won the constructive championship but it’s thought to spend estimated to 275 million pounds in the process. // Ferrari and the big teams hate the idea of 14 million pounds cap only researching in the development.

No compromise we don’t make any step back really no compromise we want no budge cap same rules for every body clear rules and that’s it.

History suggests Ferrari might get its away. You know at 1960’s Ferrari failed with authority and friendly to leave Formular one to compete the Indians 500 hundred even it went as far as building the car but it was never used because the authority is banked down.

Ferrari says it will spend what he wants the FIA says the budget cap will be imposed irresistable force immovable object but it is over yet.




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Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe at Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello, they built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari is unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.

“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”
But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula One predictable. Meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the Constructor's championship but is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

Little wonder then that Ferrari and the other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.
“No compromise. We don’t want to make any step back. Really, no compromise. We want no budget cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.
Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budget cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.
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Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe of Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello, they built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari is unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.

“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”


But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula One predictable. Meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the Constructor's championship but is thought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

Little wonder then that Ferrari and the other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.


“No compromise. We don’t want to make any step back. Really, no compromise. We want no budget cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed down.
Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budget cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.

Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe of Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello, they built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari is unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.

“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out whenever we like.”


But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?

Yes, for sure.

Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula One predictable. Meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow.

Formula One is an expensive business. Last season, Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that failed to win any points. Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds but still finished eighth. Ferrari won the Constructor's championship but
isthought to have spent an estimated 275 million pounds in the process.   

Little wonder then that Ferrari and the other big teams hate the idea of a 40-million pound cap on research and development.


“No compromise. We don’t want to make any step back. Really, no compromise. We want no budget cap, same rules for everybody, clear rules, and that’s it, there.”

History suggests Ferrari might get its way.

In 1986, Ferrari fell out with the authorities and threatened to leave Formula One to compete in the Indianapolis 500. They even went as far as building the car but it was never used, because in the end the authorities backed out. (back out:To withdraw from an activity one has promised to carry out. Jim tried to back out of the engagement with Jane, but she insisted that they get married.
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Ferrari says it will spend what it wants. The FIA says a budget cap will be imposed, irresistible force, immovable object. But it isn’t over yet.
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Cars win races,not drivers,that's what they believe of Ferrari.And for the last 60 years here in Maranello,they built the technology that has dominated motor racing.Formula One without Ferrari is unthinkable.Think it again,says the son of the man who start it all.
There is other option,this is not,we are not in jail.Formula One is not a jail,we can step out whenever we like.
But are you serious,about pulling out of Formula One,if this,if he cap goes ahead?
yes,for sure.
Formula One's governing body,the FIA is worried about the future of this sport.Critics say Ferrari's dominance had made Formula One predictable.Meantime the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up.The concern is that other team will follow.
Formula One is an expensive business.Last season,Force India spent an estimated 80 million pounds on a car that fail to win any points.Williams spent an estimated 100 million pounds,but still finished eighth.Ferrari won the Constructor's championship but spent anestimated 275 million pounds in the process.
Little wonder then the Ferrari and the other big team hate the idea of a 40 million pound cap on search and development.
No compromise,we don't want to make step back.really,no compromise.We want no budget cap,same rule for everybody.clear rules,and that's it,there.
History suggest Ferrari might get its way.
In 1986,Ferrari fell out with the authorities and threaten to leave Formula One to compete in the indianapolis 500.They even went as far as building the car but it was necer used,because in the end the authorities backed out.
Ferrari says,it will spend what it wants.The FIA says a budget cap will be imposed,irrestible force,immovable object.But it isn't over yet.
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