The biggest change yesterday’s Formula One Strategy Group yesterday passed involves bringing back a practice that was banned to save costs: refueling. They also started work on a proposal “to ensure the sustainability of the sport,” per Formula One, but initial rumors as to what that may involve aren’t exactly…
No, there isn't a deal for the Formula One German Grand Prix yet, either at Hockenheim or at the Nürburgring. That being said, Nürburgring official Carsten Schumacher admitted to Swiss mag Motorsport Aktuell that the circuit is willing to host the grand prix at a financial loss—provided they can eat the cost.
With Caterham and Marussia bowing out of the next two races due to financial struggles and other smaller teams becoming vocal about costs being an issue, Formula One overlord Bernie Ecclestone would like to let everyone know that he's fine with the idea of tiny, lame 14-car grids. I'm pretty sure he's the only one.