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      09-07-2009, 02:41 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by MontegoblueE92 View Post
He wasn't entitled to anything. This is a sport. He was employed by the most famous team in the world and he couldn't deliver. It's as simple as that.
Ferrari felt that he could deliver adequately for the past 10 years. Luca is partly credited with helping the return of Ferrari to form in 2000 (their first drivers championship in 21 years).

We would be much more efficient if every human endeavor is driven by sound logic and reasoning but it just isn't and Ferrari understands this, why else would they try to bring back an injured and out of form Schumacher back?

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Originally Posted by Gordon Murray View Post
Being a fan of Honda engines, I requested that they consider building for the F1 a 4.5 liter V10 or V12. I asked, I tried to persuade them, but in the end could not convince them to do it, and the McLaren F1 ended up with a BMW engine.