While it seems Byrne most likely slid out on his own terms (if anyone thinks differently let me know) it is widely rumoured the remaining three did not.
Brawn did not get the position he requested after returning from his sabatical, Todt did not want his new role outside the Formula 1 team and Schumacher received pressure to move on.
It is fair to say most people on this forum feel this way, so my question is: who broke them up, and why?
No doubt many of you will be pointing the finger at Luca di Montezemolo so I guess the part of the question I am emphasising is why
Why, and do you think hindsight has tarnished these decisions or do you agree with the decisions made?
Edited by Spa One, 31 January 2010 - 08:45.