Locstein Group did connect USF1 team concerning finance, but when it was clear that the team was not able to contribute in the whole 2010 season, Locstein elected to leave from extra participation with USF1, the group said in a declaration. An additional exact leaving from USF1 is Brian Bonner, previously the head of business growth.
The USF1 is contravention apart because (team principal) Ken (Anderson) is not able to manage such a project, an unnamed insider who works for the team said in a special interview with Germany’s motorsport-total.com. The insider exposed that ten of USF1’s workers have now left the team because they doubt they will be paid as scheduled on Friday, while about 60 remain.
We listen to that sponsor money could emerge if Ken Anderson goes, he said, also illuminating that sporting director Peter Windsor was rarely at the factory throughout its development. Anderson responded by saying the insider’s views are one-sided, while Windsor declined to mention.
Meanwhile, Auto sport is coverage that the FIA has sent Charlie Whiting to the team’s head office in order to assess their likelihood of running in 2010 season.