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GP Week : Issue 32
> F1NEWS> des switch saga, McLaren would tread carefully with any technical collaboration. “It is not for us to determine what is and is not permitted under the current regulatory process, but after the Prodrive experience we are aware of the need to ensure compliance with the regulatory system. Also, if we do this, it will be on the basis of it being good for Formula 1 and we need to take into consideration the concern of other teams. If it happens it will not be for commercial objectives.” There appears however to be disagreement within Force India as to the correct route to take with regard to the team’s competitive future. The team’s Chief Technical Officer Mike Gascoyne and Team Principal Colin Kolles are known not to see eye to eye, and team sources have informed GPWeek that the discord that this has created is holding the team back. “When one says yes, the other says no and vice versa,” one source told GPWeek. “Essentially you’ve got a guy who wants to go racing and take this team up the grid, and a guy who wants to make money, and that’s not a healthy situation.” ABOVE: Colin Kolles (and Sir Richard Branson ...) admire a McLaren close-up ... and now the Force wants one .... 11