Welcome to F1Minute for the 6th April 2009.
Bernie Ecclestone has defended his decision to run the Grand Prix later than normal, and says he doesn’t see any reason to move it back again. He said: “If we had started at 2pm then it would have rained as well.” Meanwhile, organisers in Sepang have said they will review the situation and decide on the start time for next year’s race after closer inspection.
Elsewhere, Ferrari had a terrible weekend, but boss Stefano Domenicali says they have to concentrate on making things better. He says: “We have to consider two things. On the performance point of view, we have to make sure that we are able to bring back in China something straight away. That should be the case already for Shanghai. From the management point of view, of course we have to do an improvement – because it is something that we cannot accept any more for the future.”
And very quickly to finish, Webber believes he would have won the race on Sunday if he hadn’t stopped for extreme tyres. How anyone could know that, I don’t know.
That’s it for today, I’ll be back tomorrow with another F1Minute.
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