So Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
I can understand wanting expereince in your team but if thats what you want then why not go for Rubens now he's on the market? More experience than Trulli, better developer of the car than Trulli and lets face it has far more passion for F1 left in him for F1 than Jarno appears to have.Trulli is experienced in developing a car, which is why I presume they keep him! And I would rather have Trulli than a youngster who makes mistakes
Unfourtunatly the team is still running in F1 under the Malaysian flag!They are moving everything, EVERYTHING. F1, GP2 and Caterham Road cars all to the old Arrows & Super Aguri factory. Shows they have commitment to racing. Great news, one of the last British owned car manufacturers in F1 for the long term. Off to look at how much a '7' would cost me.
SEPANG: AirAsia Bhd is aiming to set up three more joint ventures to grow its ancillary income and is also in the midst of finalising a deal which it will announce on Thursday to buy nearly 200 aircraft costing US$18bil that it needs to fuel growth from 2015 onwards.
“We are looking at three more joint ventures to grow our ancillary income,'' AirAsia group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said without elaborating.
The low cost airline's ancillary income grew to RM50 per passenger in the first three months of 2011 versus RM38 in the previous corresponding year. Fernandes wants to increase it to RM60 per passenger in 2012.
With the exchange rate being about 5 Malaysian Ringgits to the UK Pound he's going to need an awful lot of passengers to finance a year in F1.....The low cost airline's ancillary income grew to RM50 per passenger in the first three months of 2011 g.F1 GP2 Football teams are petty cash to Fernandes.This is serious money....