Winter drama changing the face of F1

Winter drama changing the face of F1

F1's cost-cutting meetings in Geneva this week were notable for a strong CVC presence, a conspicuous Whitmarsh absence and a shy Boullier. DIETER RENCKEN summarises another eventful political week

The repercussions of last week's drama, when it was not only confirmed from Munich that Formula 1 tsar Bernie Ecclestone had been charged with bribery and associated deeds, but that Ron Dennis would reassume overall operational responsibility for McLaren, loomed over events in Geneva this week.

Three meetings were called to shape, respectively, the long, medium and short-term futures of the sport.

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