Well this all but kills the GPWC doesn't it. Now this has come as quite a surprise as LdM was only saying a few weeks ago that the GPWC was still going ahead, looks like the threat has paid off though and Bernie is willing to share the profits more equally amongst the teams. I wonder if DaimlerChrysler (Mercedes), Renault and BMW (Williams) will follow suit?? All I hope is that in 6 years time, all the teams don't start bitching about money again... that's the one thing that has REALLY irritated me about the current situation regarding revenue distribution, no one forced the teams to sign the previous Concorde Agreement and they all understood the agreement and the way it works, yet several years after they start moaning about it. It's not like there's not enough money in the sport at the moment is there...? even if all the teams receive more money it'd be proportionate to to what it is now, so it'd make no difference at all in the grand scheme of things... if a team can't be competitive on $150 million budget, what makes them think that a $200 million one would make them more competitive when Ferrari's will have gone up the same amount? Also I am wondering if Ferrari have signed just to p*ss on the parades of the other teams who've seem determined to beat Ferrari off the track instead of on it by coming up with silly agreements throughout off season?? hmmmmmmm. rinky dink link Thoughts??