Formula one has a strong base in british sport. F1-series in the garage for the most part to keep the operational headquarters of "motor sport valley" in the region. Mercedes (Brackley), Williams (Grove), Renault (Enstone), McLaren (Woking), former Force India (Silverstone) and Red Bull (Milton Keynes) are all located a few hours drive from each other.
in Addition to yank the garage Haasilla has its own European headquarters, Banbury., Oxfordshire, and Mercedes engines tune is in turn the same neighborhood Brixworthissa.
All of them have built a multi-national work community, relying on logistics and the movement of people.
That could change, however, as a lightning strike on march 29. day, if the British really boom out of the European union without the blow-softening erosopimus.
Right now one in seems highly uncertain. Prime minister Theresa May hasn't sold with the EU pihtisynnytetty to erosopimus even all his own party members. The EU does not, in turn, are no longer ready to start negotiations from the beginning.
Red bull's team boss chrisitan of Horner suspects that the british lacked Bernie ecclestone's ruthless negotiating attitude.
– Always in the negotiations be prepared to walk away empty-handed, Horner recalled F1 Racing magazine.
– This is just sport, we don't participate in politics. When the new rules come in, we just have to adapt to them.
Horner does not want to believe in the potential customs barriers slow down the work, although, possibly, as well as Max Verstappen that Pierre Gasly in need of future work to continue the Red Bull driver. F1-super stars getting it is certainly not a problem, but how much paperwork the whole garage staff management required?
for Example, Mercedes is around 1 800 employees in virtually all EU countries. Team boss Toto Wolff is in the austrian and funding comes from Stuttgart. The Renault F1 engine is made in the English channel on the other side of Chatillon, and, naturally, the garage, afraid it will get bogged down in a long customs queue journey Enstonen factory.
Ferrari and Toro Rosso (both stables are Italian) it is hoped that Brexit would give even a small competitive advantage fully EU territory remaining in the stables (Ferrari and Toro Rosso). Sauber home Hinwilissä in Switzerland is also outside the EU, but Kimi Raikkonen fortunately, the country belongs to the European free trade area.
– it Seems that the British government don't know what to do. It makes the decision difficult. Maybe some are leaving because they can't anticipate what's coming, the Haas team principal Guenther Steiner said.
– Brexit's like F1-the rules for the year 2021. After all, they talked about, but no decision has been made yet.Kimi Raikkönen will stay Sauber-driving as part of the European free trade area. AOP