JUNE 19, 2005
It's a six car disaster
Formula 1 has committed suicide in the United States of America. At the end of the parade lap for the United States Grand Prix, the Michelin teams all headed into the pitlane and retired, leaving the huge crowd to watch two Ferraris, two Jordans and two Minardis. The Michelin teams say that they had no choice because it was impossible to race on the tyres which the rules allow the teams to use.
The fans aat Indianapolis looked on in incredulity at what had happened.
The tens of thousands of fans who have paid for not just tickets but also travel and hotels are unlikely to come back in the future.
The sport only has it self to blame.
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SUNDAY PRESS CONFERENCE
THE MICHELIN TEAMS TALK ABOUT THE UNITED STATES GP
RACE INCIDENTS FROM INDIANAPOLIS
SUNDAY TEAM QUOTES
IT'S A SIX CAR DISASTER
CHAOS AND INCREDULITY IN INDIANA
NINE TEAMS SAY NO CHICANE, NO RACE
HERE IS A SOLUTION!
WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN AT INDIANAPOLIS ON SUNDAY
IS THIS THE VOICE OF REASON?