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GP Week : Issue 115
F1 NEWS >> Insurance products for the Motorsport industry – worldwide The season is about to start - call us now Adrian Hardy +44 (0)207 220 0138 Jon Salmon +44 (0)207 220 0143 Email: email@example.com Our brand new website is coming soon! Lloyds broker Ellis Clowes & Company Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority Bahrain gets June 3 extension MICHAEL Schumacher has accused Red Bull Racing of failing to respect the Resource Restriction Agreement. Ross Brawn slashed the headcount at Schumacher’s Brackley-based team in 2009 once Honda had pulled out, and maintained those numbers to a minimum even when Mercedes took the team over. Earlier reports had accused Red Bull of also breaching some of the RRA’s guidelines about budgetar y spending in 2010. “ There was an agreement that everyone would have the same size, but certain teams don’t respect that,” the seven-time World Champion is quoted as saying by the Daily Express. “Now there seem to be different visions,” added Schumacher. “Will Mercedes have to go to an open field again or will the teams respect what they agreed? “ We are not on the same playing field,” the German added. “If you take the number of people we have compared with Red Bull, that is very different.” It sounds pretty ironic to hear Schumacher talk about a level playing field, having benefited from Ferrari’s spending spree during his time at Maranello. However, the teams did have a pact to respect the RRA, an agreement designed to help F1 survive the recession. If Red Bull are outspending and out hiring other teams, it’s not really fair is it? Sebastian Vettel has now won three races from four. It’s all very reminiscent of the Schumi-Ferrari era. Red Bull not playing fair, says Schumacher 11