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New small teams playing for millions dollars



The Malaysian team Lotus, technical boss Mike Gascoyne, has revealed that the fight at the back is really a dash for a lot of millions dollars.

Lotus was pleased that both its cars finished the Bahrain Grand Prix, even if by the end Jarno Trulli’s green T127 was truly shuffling. But with twelve teams now participate for battle; it is a fact that only one of the beginners will finish the 2010 constructors’ championship between the top ten, therefore unlocking the economical profit of the Concorde Agreement. And the next three races, it is very important just too completed race,” Mike said. “Presently we are focus on consistency. To score points is not practical, but tenth place in the constructors’ is the aim, because it is value a lot of money.

At presently will most likely be no points (for the beginners), so the finishing places will be significant – so one 11th, 12th or 13th place may ultimately give up millions. Lotus has also earned an early status as possibly Formula 1’s most open team, with some spectators stunned about the live information given away by Gascoyne all through the Bahrain weekend.

Referring to an advance caution about an imminent pit stop posted on Twitter via Gascoyne’s mobile phone, Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport marveled: Can you visualize such a thing from McLaren, Ferrari and Co.? We want to be open and clear about what we are doing. And why not? Said Gascoyne. Tony Fernandes is a big follower of this, so we are going to try to tell everyone what is going on rather than hiding it or being cagey. We want to differentiate ourselves in that way.
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