Ferrari Board Meeting To Discuss Team Future In F1
The Scuderia Ferrari board are meeting today to discuss the teams future in Formula One beyond the end of this season.
Ferrari director Luca di Montezemolo has been quick to criticise the budget caps which are being brought into F1 from next season, and has called for an urgent meeting with Max Mosley to discuss them in more detail.
Ferrari, the only team to compete in every single race since Formula One was formed in 1950, have been having a tortuous time so far this season.
Other manufacturers, including Toyota and BMW Sauber have expressed their distaste for the budget caps, Toyota and Red Bull Racing have both said they will consider not entering cars from next season.
It would be a great shame to lose Ferrari from F1, a team which many consider to be F1.