Yes, we may be wrong and there really is a cunning plan, but it seems to send all the wrong signals. The team is relocating to destination unknown and restructuring at the most inconvenient time bearing in mind the testing deadline. The only heavyweight tech guy, Geoff Willis, left without being replaced and there's precious little management experience on Sala's CV.
Does anyone know if the split with Kolles was amicable? Wouldn't it have made sense to keep him on to manage the transition?
Kolles split was amicable, HRT new management has held everything tangible i.e Trucks, Equipment, Cars + Entry for some time now.
HRT still have some good staff based in Germany.
En teoría mañana HRT presentará su segundo piloto. ¿Os aventuraís a decir su nombre? Venga, se admiten apuestas #F1
In theory HRT tomorrow will present its second pilot. ¿You venture to say his name? Come bets are allowed # F1
Does this tie in with previous post and Petrov announcing his future by the 10th Jan?