Former Minardi boss Paul Stoddart was one of a host of guests at this year’s AUTOSPORT International Motor Show, and he paid a visit to the main stage to be interviewed on his view on the current state of Formula 1.
Very much considered one of the sport’s ‘shop stewards’ for his constant campaigning to give smaller outfits a better say in the running of the sport, the Australian was eventually forced to sell his team (which he acquired in 2001) to Red Bull in 2005.
Never one to hold back on calling it as he sees it, I’m sure you’ll agree it’s an interesting interview…
[Original video via AUTOSPORT]
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