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F1 - Toyota says goodbye

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Xosé Estrada, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. Xosé Estrada

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    toyota4.jpg No, this is not old news.

    TOYOTA released a goodbye site for F1 fans with a lot of pictures and videos of their nine years racing on the top category of motorsports.

    http://goodbye.toyota-f1.com/
     
  2. Bram

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    Hmm looks that they are regretting that they quit?
     
  3. Konrad Stanczak

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    Theres nothing like regret in souls hearts and minds of the suited corporate masters and accountants that decided to lay off F1.
    Ill miss the Toyota crew but this farewell site is something to wipe the tears off. Its really nicely done.
     
  4. Bram

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    If the Japanese would have a culture of less hierarchy the team would have peformed a lot better the last year. They almost had unlimited resources but if the highest bosses must be informed and briefed about even the slightest changes of the car and management of the team you can never be succesful. Big shame though as they were on the right way, and i am sure with a good driver (Kimmi?) they could have been fighting for the podium positions!
     
  5. Adrian Kinsella

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    Agreed, the story of Toyota was their inflexibility due to management structure
     
  6. dc67

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    I would say it's a good decision.It's to expensive and nobody buy's toyota because of it.