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The FIA Snubs Stefan GP Again

It was obvious for a long time to everyone in F1, and to the sport's legions of fans, that US F1 were not going to make the grid in 2010. Alas, it didn't seem obvious to the sport's governing body, the FIA, that a team without a car is not well-placed to compete in F1. Although F1 commercial boss Bernie Ecclestone has been publicly expressing doubts about US F1 since last year, the bureaucrats headed by Jean Todt chose to pretend that the Charlotte-based team would compete. Of course they did. If they had admitted that the earth is spherical, and that Peter Windsor's F1 entry was a phantom, then they would have had to give proper consideration to allowing entry to the Stefan GP team, which bought the 2010 spec cars and engines developed by ...

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