Schuey Backs Ferrari Quit Threat As Court Decision Delayed
Michael Schumacher has openly backed his Ferrari team in saying they will leave Formula One at the end of the season if £40million budget caps still remain on the day they took the FIA to court over breaching rules of their veto.
Schumacher, 40, won 5 of his World Titles with the Scuderia and now still works for them in a counsltancy and occassional test role.
“I am in complete agreement with my team,” Schumacher is quoted as saying by the Spanish sports daily Marca.
“Ferrari is very important to Formula One, because without Ferrari, the championship would be a second-class competition.
“There must be an agreement that makes it possible for the Scuderia to remain. F1 without Ferrari seems unimaginable to me,” added Schumacher
Meanwhile Auto Motor und Sport claims the decision on the veto ruling will be pushed back to tomorrow.