FantometteBR wrote: tommykl wrote:
FantometteBR wrote:Is there any driver enrolled to Maserati works for Monaco? (I don't know who is the official Maserati team since I didn't found them at the team line-up). If not, Scuderia Platé-Varzi would like to 'merge' the teams being that possibility good to be done
Maserati have not been entered for any race this season, so that's up to you. Should they merge, the resulting operation would be subject to the entry cap, so some drivers will have to be sacrificed.
My idea was to 'merge' the team (using the Platé-Varzi moniker) but effectively running the 'works' Maserati cars until Benetton or someone comes to claim the ownership and the rule of the team. Probably I would run the drivers that PV had already picked, unless if there are extra places due to any driver still available that formerly ran for Maserati.
OK, but you won't get any relative advantage from running the cars in factory condition. Also, I believe Fagioli and Bonetto are still free agents, as Taruffi is now driving for Metcalf.
tommykl wrote:For Monaco, three drivers' entries have been rejected: Toni Branca, Mike Hawthorn and Tony Gaze. Entrants have until Sunday to find replacements. Also, SuperAguri, you may want to confirm which drivers you'll be entering, or your reserved spots will be taken over.
His huge success in his home country says yes.
simonracer wrote:I'd like to reconfirm my entry for this season, i.e:
Andre Simon, Maserati 4CLT-8
From THEN ON including INDIANAPOLIS:
Franco Rol, Maserati 4CLT-8
And regarding the situation with Johnny Claes's team, Andre Simon is more than welcome to drive for Claes's team from Monaco onwards.
Rol's good, but I'd suggest you talk with The Lukas to get Simon for Monaco. I'd rather you find a backup driver just in case. Should The Lukas not give you permission to get Simon, I'll put your reserve driver on the list.