Engine regulation discussions continueJarno Trulli
has told reporters at Hockenheim that, with damage to his Toyota engine during Saturday practice, he will now slide into the T-Car for qualifying.
It will cost the Italian, who was using a new V8 engine in Germany, ten
places on the grid.
Meanwhile, behind the scenes in the paddock motor homes, team bosses were this morning digesting a letter from Max Mosley, in which the FIA president made it clear that a full engine freeze - with a 19,000rpm limit - is to be implemented in 2008 and hopefully also in 2007.
Chiefs on Friday had told the press that discussions about an alternate agreement were ongoing, but Mosley insisted that the time for compromise had passed because some GPMA members resisted contributing to a 'fighting fund' for an independent supplier.