It's the latest move in CEO Jim Hackett's streamlining strategy.
The 2015 MotoGP world championship came down to the last race of the season in Valencia, Spain. The on-track action didn't disappoint those looking for action, but the results are sure to be contentious.
Never has there been a season in Formula One as hotly contested as this one. Not only does the field contain an unprecedented six world champions -- accounting for a whopping fourteen titles between them -- but each of the seven grands prix so far this year has been won by a different driver. And each time the leaders play leap-frog in the standings.
That Michael Schumacher has been less than successful in his return from retirement is no great secret. The seven-time world champion – empirically demonstrable as the best driver in the history of motorsport – has yet to score a single podium finish in the past three seasons since returning to the grid. To his credit, the German driver has stuck it out in an effort to rediscover the pace that put him and Ferrari on top for so man
2010 European Grand Prix – Click above for high-res image gallery
2011 Ford C-Max seven-seater – Click above for high-res image gallery
Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso lap Valencia in the 2010 Scuderia Ferrari F10 – Click above for high-res image gallery
2010 BMW Sauber C29 – Click above for high-res image gallery
2010 Mercedes GP W01 – Click above for high-res image gallery