Saturday, 6 June 2015

New Vital F1 article: Why customer cars are not against F1’s DNA

Photo: Octane Photography
The possibility - you might even say threat - of customer cars being part of F1's near future has lingered for a while now. And following the latest notorious Strategy Group meeting they appear to have got more likely as a 'solution' to the sport's cost crisis (though some have more cynical reasons for why it's being pushed forward...).

Many have pointed out the problems with customer cars; many of these complaints have a solid and honourable basis too. But chief among them it seems is the argument that customer cars are somehow not in F1's DNA.

I can understand why some think this, but the trouble is that it's not entirely true. In my latest article for Vital F1 I explain why.

You can have a read of the article here:

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