The more things stay the same… the more they change

A GP2 twist on this popular saying.

Why?  Because nothing is changing in GP2.

The teams are still losing money.  The unpaid seats at DPR and Trident are still there.  No new drivers are coming in.  And the organization is sitting on its hands.

Is this related to the FIA-FOTA war?  Is GP2 destined to be the unwanted child of the breakaway series?  Any bets on where iSport, ART, Barwa and the others will be next season?   A total standstill….

So, everything is changing… right under our eyes.   We just can’t see it and even worse, no one knows where it’s going.

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One Response to The more things stay the same… the more they change

  1. Mekola says:

    Is the lack of TV coverage (waning en Europe since the relation with Eurosport expired) affecting GP2 as well? Most considering the number of viewers.
    Fortunately here, at the south cone of South America we are assured the coverage thanks for the presence of Maldonado and Pérez, but being Europe the main market, it’s a worrying thing.
    Hope the change Eurosport-Setanta wasn’t a “planned” mistake.

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