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    Szafnauer out of AMR, might be headed to Alpine.
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    Who is Szafnauer?

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    I was gonna ask the same thing..., but a quick google revealed that he's been leading Force India Racing Point Aston Martin for the past 12 years!?!?!?

    I suspect he's probably just let go? The team shined as Racing Point for a while, but last year didn't really have much to show for? Why would Alpine think he could be of help? Snafuer is probably just let go to make room for Martin Whitmarsh?

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    Talk is that the BWT Sponsorship may be following him to Alpine too.

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    BBS to be announced as sole supplier of spec wheels.
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    Yay? Or nay? Is that good or bad?

    I saw this little meme type thing showing how cars have grown since 2008. They were in the 600kg range then (including driver). Now they are 790kg. That's a huge increase. Nearly 25%. Over 200lbs. When will it all end?

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    I like them.

    I tend to associate them the Schumacher Ferraris.
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    BBC correspondent Andrew Benson writes:

    One senior source told BBC Sport that Mercedes had dropped their appeal against the results of the race after agreeing a quid pro quo with the FIA.

    This deal was said to be that Masi and FIA head of single-seater technical matters Nikolas Tombazis would no longer be in their positions for the 2022 season.

    Mercedes deny that any such deal was reached, and insist that they dropped their appeal after receiving assurances only that the issue would be treated seriously and appropriate action would be taken by the FIA.
    Take that with a grain of salt. Or a pound.
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    According to the ESPN article I read, FIA just started an investigation on Masi regarding the matter. Outcome is still being decided, right? Or is Masi out for sure? That article was claiming Lewis will then decide whether to stay in F1 pending outcome of that...

    Anyway, hope this matter will be resolved soon. Investigation is definitely in order and hopefully something like that won't ever happen again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaultyMario View Post
    Szafnauer out of AMR, might be headed to Alpine.
    Mike Wasowski out of El Plan, clears the road for Otmar's arrival.

    Maybe we'll see Samurai Pizza Spaniard complaining on the radio again. Could be worth a watch.
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