Often racers demand what is promised to them, which might not be fulfilled after a contract has expired.
Jarno Trulli has revealed that QPR owner had promised him a certain level of wages and car model at the time when he had been recruited for the team. He claims that Tony Fernandes, who is QPR chairman, failed to honor a deal which promised a payment of 1.3 million in bonds as well as a Formula One car. Jarno Trulli has issued a lawsuit against Tony subsequently.
The lawsuit is in the form of a writ from High Court. Being a former ace, he has stated that the boss of the football club has agreed to pay wages that are still outstanding, to the amount of £700,000. The Team Lotus car that was promised to him in 2011 was not delivered to him as well. …
With the slump that has come about in Ferrari the team is looking at making certain changes before the second half of the year commences.
As the summer break is on, it is the ideal time for Ferrari put their act together so that they can spruce up their performance levels. The F1 team of the company has been underperforming as was evident from the 12 F1 events that occurred in the first half of the year.
The company is looking at reorganizing the team that has underperformed. The team admits that the aerodynamics of the car needs to be looked into. It is being pointed out as the key factor which has led to the slump in the form of the car.
The hopes of Scuderia of ending the drought of absence of titles for nearly a decade has been put on hold as the team was not able to perform well in the first half of the season this year. …