Is the war over?

Apparently Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley have patched up their differences and started moving forward with the sport.This according to several papers in the UK.  Is this the end of the war and the calls for Mosley to step down?  Has Max’s letter to teams been a reflection of a conciliatory move as guided by Bernie?  Either way; it’s probably best these two men patch up differences and move forward while allowing teams a bigger say in the regulations and cost-cutting measures.

“The bottom line is simple – we have moved to patch up our differences,” said Ecclestone.

“We will get the Concorde Agreement signed, which we have been cracking away on for a long time,” Ecclestone was quoted by Reuters.

“I don’t need it, but the teams need it, so we will get that done. It’s all in place.”

“I’ve been battling with him now for a few years,” Ecclestone said. “Let the teams write the technical regulations. They know what they can afford to spend and what they want and don’t want and what they think is good.

“They know what’s good for the sport because they are part of it, they are spending the money, so they should write the regulations.

“We want the costs reduced in order that we can have other teams come in, so they’ve an opportunity to do it, and if they don’t do it then the FIA will handle the regulations. From my point of view, it’s good.”

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