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Like today, literally. Out in a matter of hours or minutes will be an all-Minardi issue of their magazine. This includes but is not limited to, an interview with Gian Carlo, a photo-tour of the factory (juicy) and a tech interview/article of some sort by Scarbs (www.scarbsf1.net).
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:hehe: @ RJ (the plagiarist)
You see, what goes on in the Minardi world is really all I care about...
GCM is even more amazing than I had thought.
Where the hell did this headline come from!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Minardi and the team's financial director Stefano Sangiorgi were investigated for allegations of forging invoices and falsifying accounts during the years 1993 and 1996.
Edit: He garuntee's that he and Stefano were not involved, but are being investigated and charged because of their association with other, guilty parties.
"If things were done wrongly it was in an effort to keep alive a company made of 120 people who have above average wages."
[Edited on 16/12/2004 by Jello_Biafra]
You guys should hear what he thinks of Ron Dennis...
the pictures are awesome, bummer I can't use them for the site. I had an A1 copy of the very first picture in my room last year!
[Edited on 16/12/2004 by forzaminardi]
And yea, the whole thing is worded somewhat strangely, I suppose due to the translation.
So, I wish nobody would have held Gian Carlo back...
[quote][The Minardi trial
A trial is going ahead in Italy at the moment involving Giancarlo Minardi and his accountant Stefano Sangiorgio relating to illegal activities in relation to sponsorship deals in the 1990s. Minardi says that he is innocent but that there may have been activities related to the team which were not necessarily above board at the time. Whatever the case the trial will have no effect on the current Minardi operation because it does not relate to the team itself. The team took advantage of a tax amnesty in 2001 to settle up outstanding tax questions with the Italian authorities. The team is still looking for its drivers for next year and is understood to be talking to seven different drivers about work in 2005. It is not clear who is on the list but it seems that Christjian Albers is certainly one of them.