No engine ’discount’ for small teams - report
"Bernie Ecclestone was ready to make a contribution"
The F1 Commission this week failed to act on the issue of the sport’s struggling small teams.
A report at Italy’s specialist Autosprint described the Geneva meeting as a "fiasco", as 29 items were on the agenda "but only six were actually discussed".
It added: "The idea to give the customer teams a discount on the supply of their engines was rejected.
"Bernie Ecclestone was ready to make a contribution if the biggest teams also did, but instead the ’status quo’ was maintained," said Autosprint.