There was a meeting today between FIA president Jean Todt, Formula One Management boss Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo. Three big players in the current and future evolution of the sport. What kind of discussions could have taken place? Doubtful they were discussing this weekend's Italian Grand Prix.
A few years ago, BMW had a Formula One team and they had made the move from engine partner with Williams F1 to a full-fledged team. Having purchased Peter Sauber's F1 team, BMW set realistic goals and marched forward in their quest with success and methodical achievements under the leadership of Dr. Mario Theissen.
It should have been their greatest moment in eight years. At the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday a Williams F1 car won a race for the first time since Juan Pablo Montoya, in his last race for the team and the last race of the season, crossed the line victoriously in Brazil 2004.
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This weekend's Italian Grand Prix in Monza has a lingering safety concern--the blistering and camber settings the teams choose