Enthusiasts to Superliga Fiasko: Domenicali advises on cost control as in the formula 1
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The football world was in recoil in the past week: twelve top clubs from England, Spain and Italy had the Foundation of an elite superliga decided in which the European lace clubs should play against each other in a closed league without recovery and descent.
The European football was standing in front of a tearing sample before most clubs after strong fan protests made a retractor again. Formula 1 knows such stories: Already at the beginning of the 2000s there were talks about a separate championship, 2009, the teams of the Team Association Fota again announced their own race series.
Sam Bird pleads for walls at Formula E races in Valencia
© Motorsport Images The current situation is unsustainable for Formula E, Sam Bird thinks Race on the Circuit Ricardo Tormo should install barriers to prevent discussions about track limits. The track at the gates of Valencia will host the Spanish E-Prix on April 24th. Should the Rome-E-Prix go on as planned on April 10th and not take place on the alternative track Vallelunga, Valencia would be the first thoroughbred racing track for Formula E, on which other racing classes also drive.
"In Formula 1, we had the situation twice, in which it gave the risk of a cleaved championship to generate more income," says Formula 1 Boss Stefano Domenicali over 'Sky Italia'.
At that time, Bernie Ecclestone and the FIA entered and secured the team a higher share and more say. From 2021, according to Domenicali you go the "reverse route": The new budget limit is kept the costs in the context, which ensures more financial sustainability.
"I believe that this is also the main problem that should look at football - quite fast" so Domenicali. Real-Madrid President Florentino Perez had meant, without the superliga, some clubs would not survive until 2024.
The problem: Straight clubs like Real Madrid and the FC Barcelona have been the driving force behind exploding redemptions and salaries in recent years. Therefore, they wanted to secure additional revenue with the push.
Fernando Alonso: Why he finds the Formula 1 now again .
© Motorsport Images Fernando Alonso feels in Formula 1 Really probably previously went away from Fernando Alonso's Formula 1 comeback: a zero and two top 10 Batteries could record the Spaniard in the first three of the season races. He always came to the finish behind his Alpine teammate Esteban Ocon. Nevertheless, the 39-year-old blood has licked.