Chance, suggestion, bias and deliverance...

Eddie says no chance for him. Eddie Irvine reckons that he has little chance of the championship. "I'd be very surprised. If we can then they're doing something wrong. We haven't got the infrastructure they've got. They've been building ...

Eddie says no chance for him.

Eddie Irvine reckons that he has little chance of the championship.

"I'd be very surprised. If we can then they're doing something wrong. We haven't got the infrastructure they've got. They've been building for years and they've made big steps forward over the winter. The challenge is there and it would be lovely but Formula One's about physics and our physics are not quite there yet."

Dennis suggests FIA bias

Ron Dennis has said that he believes the FIA are biased towards Ferrari, according to report from AFP. He is reported to have said at a press conference "I don't have animosity toward Ferrari, I don't particularly have any animosity to the governing bodies and the decisions they choose to take because I'm a realist. The fact is this is a sport where people like to see people occasionally winning and that's in contrast with our own objective to win every single race. It's inevitable that in areas of judgement, the judgement's always going to go against us because it's good for the sport.

"You've got to rise above it and understand it goes with the business. You've got to be extremely aware of the regulations and extremely controlled in your reaction when you're caught up in the political issues."

Frentzen expects to deliver this weekend

Whilst the pressure is on Heinz-Harald this weekend, it is his wife - Tanja - who may well deliver this weekend. The Frentzen's are expecting their first child in the next couple of weeks. "I have my mobile phone all the time with me, just in case there's something going on, I have to be sure" said Frentzen.

-Stephen M Baines-

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Eddie Irvine
Teams Ferrari