When F1 Teams Almost Formed A ‘Super League’

22 apr 2021
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F1 has already been down the road that football fans have been experiencing recently... here’s what happened.
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  • F1 sort of is a super league already though. You can’t get promoted or relegated it’s just about if you have the money to afford to compete.

    matty bmatty b2 dagar sedan
  • There was another threat of a breakaway in the 80's too if I'm not mistaken?

    Liam BoothLiam Booth4 dagar sedan
  • the indy 2005 reference made me spit my drink

    120skyscraper120skyscraper7 dagar sedan
  • I would love to see an sort of league like that, but with academy drivers racing f1 cars from a few years ago. Would be an good measurement for the teams concerning their drivers skills and it would make some revenue.

    Lucas_Vbe_Lucas_Vbe_7 dagar sedan
  • Formula Elaborate Bluff

    Rob DaviesRob Davies7 dagar sedan
  • The breakaway series was just a bait for the FIA.

    Aswin DivakarAswin Divakar8 dagar sedan
  • Personally, I just wanted a new series without Bernie... And now we have that so I'm chuffed!

    DjungelurbanDjungelurban8 dagar sedan
  • They should have left and made a new sport,anyway F1 is not F1 now...FIA is "Hamilton corporation" so i dont see why they didnt left,F1 would have its history but after 2014-2019 we saw some of the worst seasons

    Mr BungleMr Bungle8 dagar sedan
  • U missed the two before

    Mile TiničMile Tinič8 dagar sedan
  • I thought we were talking about 2005 when the teams almost formed a mock-FIA to make the 2005 US Grand Prix happen....

    Jacob HanekampJacob Hanekamp9 dagar sedan
  • Yeah, _F1_ has always been the quintessential "Super League"...

    y1521t21b5y1521t21b59 dagar sedan
  • Indycars vs Indy Racing League was a good example as well but unlike F1 , Indycars were almost destroyed

    Gamer ArgentoGamer Argento9 dagar sedan
  • The difference is FIFA and UEFA just want the money to go their way. They want to be the creator of Super League... Look at UCL 😂 Istead of reaching mutual agreement

    RHRH9 dagar sedan
  • I'm actually kinda surprised this hasn't happened since. The FIA is so trash I kinda hope the teams would just make their own "super league" or whatever

    Sada TwinkletoesSada Twinkletoes9 dagar sedan
  • Oh. I thought this was going to be about the 1980 breakaway attempt, the one that led to the formulation of the Concorde Agreement as part of its resolution. Interesting Times also, weren't they?

    David HutchisonDavid Hutchison9 dagar sedan
  • Again it goes to show what a great job Liberty Media has done to the sport

    kai jian cheowkai jian cheow10 dagar sedan
  • F1 is a super league right now

    Rob SettersRob Setters10 dagar sedan
  • It is a super league. There's no relegation and the oldest constructors get the biggest slice of the pie.

    Teddy GrahamTeddy Graham10 dagar sedan
  • Apart from the 1981/1982 narrowly avoided FOCA/then-FISA split, between 2004 and 2005 F1 Teams and engine Manufacturers threatened to leave too, could be interesting to also cover those incidents in sort of a Part-2.

    TenorCantusFirmusTenorCantusFirmus10 dagar sedan
  • This story is almost literally the first Indycar split between USAC and CART in the 70s. And yet Indycar didn't learn from it and split again in the 90s lol

    Yoshi KempenaersYoshi Kempenaers10 dagar sedan
  • Football. I get it. But an indycar CART/ IRL comparison would have been much more appropriate.

    Steve RussSteve Russ10 dagar sedan
  • However, unlike the PL, there is no Top 6 in F1. Make no mistake, Ferrari - for all their recent failings - are still F1. They withdraw and the allure will go.

    A_HopefulA_Hopeful10 dagar sedan
  • Still don't like how F1 is pushing for more and more things in the USA, I don't fuck with that. A super league would be no problem to me

    NJNJ10 dagar sedan
  • I’m. M.

    Qays AbbasQays Abbas10 dagar sedan
  • Toyota and BMW: NO Budget cap! We want to spend as much as we want Toyota and BMW one year later: F1 is too expensive, bye bye

    theLundLstheLundLs10 dagar sedan
  • This is just the CART-USAC split of 1979. Same story. Teams unhappy with management/sanctioning body. Split off to make their own series.

    sharp_speed Entertainmentsharp_speed Entertainment10 dagar sedan
  • I can't help but think of the breakup of American open-wheel racing in regards to this

    Leon BrookeLeon Brooke10 dagar sedan
  • F1 is a super league...

    kapten krokkapten krok10 dagar sedan
  • 10 of the best clubs in Europe ... and Tottenham and Arsenal

    Matthias BorremansMatthias Borremans10 dagar sedan
  • isn't F1 kinda already a Super League

    J HJ H10 dagar sedan
  • Some of the f1 team owners at that time were complete numpties for disagreeing with a cost cap system. Given that Renault had flavio who was then banned later on in 2009 for crash gate. BMW and Toyota withdrew out of the sport regardless due to financial crisis (a money saving thing)

    Tom BardsleyTom Bardsley10 dagar sedan
  • as always a great video from wtf1

    RON AZENKOTRON AZENKOT10 dagar sedan
  • No there wasn't almost an F1 super league. It was just a negotiating ploy.

    Rob GibsonRob Gibson11 dagar sedan
  • What if F1 teams quit f1🤔

    Kyle GreyKyle Grey11 dagar sedan
  • He was gonna sue them into racing? Good luck with that

    WilliamWilliam11 dagar sedan
  • People ,plz dont vote for Super league,if u did , we cant watch football from TV with a little bit money,Super league is only for the big team's wealth

    Brian BaruaBrian Barua11 dagar sedan
  • i thought the super league was literally just them branching off cuz they didnt wanna lose money to smaller teams whereas here it's more like the fia screwed up and the cap was insane and they were running unfair rules so i dont really see that much of a parallel here apart from a part of the competition spliting up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ correct me if im wrong also sorry for the utter lack of punctuation

    SonyaSonya11 dagar sedan
  • I think this needed more memes

    counterfit5counterfit511 dagar sedan
  • I don't think there's an equivalent event to the 6 cars US Grand Prix in football/soccer world yet, or I just not really interested in memorizing the football things...

    Vincent ChingVincent Ching11 dagar sedan
  • f1 already is a super league...

    R MR M11 dagar sedan
  • Hey, it's Mike Conley

    Tyler SorensenTyler Sorensen11 dagar sedan
  • This always sounded good compared to the football super league

    Rory EvansRory Evans11 dagar sedan
  • Spoiled rich kids acting like elitists fueled by greed. So glad this never happened.

    Jack LeeJack Lee11 dagar sedan
  • I remember this but I was never aware of the reason why (nor did I know about the calender)

    FellianTheDragonFellianTheDragon11 dagar sedan
  • When the compromise is "we wont change our rules, you accept our rules", a catastrophic standpoint for negotiations

    mammutMK2mammutMK211 dagar sedan
  • I'm waiting for the day in the 2030's when the FIA announced they are fusing F1 & Formula E together "For a better, more enviroment friendly sport". I joke of course but it'll happen one day.

    Tob1Kadach1Tob1Kadach111 dagar sedan
  • F1 is a super league on it's own, so this new competition wouldn't have changed much.

    SamuelSamuel11 dagar sedan
  • FOTA before Mercedes: we want to burn cash to make the fastest car FOTA when Mercedes arrived: budget cap plz

    DrewDrew11 dagar sedan
  • Interesting stuff here, didn't know that b4 👍. And have a good day reader, Jesus loves u and gives eternal life and saving from sin and hell. Repent and have faith in the Lord. John 3:16 🙏

    Pete ChristlivesPete Christlives11 dagar sedan
  • I don't understand why certain teams were so angry about literally wasting money though? It was unsustainable and it is more apparent now. Now maybe the cap was a bit low but still, a cap is needed to prevent rich teams from just buying their way to victory even though it can lead to bankruptcy or force other teams to either spend unreasonable amounts themselves or get out of the sport, which should not be the case. There are so much unnecessary spending in sports ( almost of all them ) that the salaries/costs etc just get inflated to ridiculous, unsustainable levels.

    Taylan ErtanTaylan Ertan12 dagar sedan
  • 2:18 Tracy Beaker

    Zidanne MaulanaZidanne Maulana12 dagar sedan
  • 2021 look very good for F1, and do look like FIA did a good job

    ma man ma homiema man ma homie12 dagar sedan
  • If the big players left it would have worked, fia has continued to ruin the sport

    Blue 7lvnBlue 7lvn12 dagar sedan
  • American sports make money for a reason

    stenbak88stenbak8812 dagar sedan
  • Anyway, "leagues" like F1 or NFL are Super Leagues anyway, because you cannot relegate up or down, it's buy in

    C1AnsyC1Ansy12 dagar sedan
  • the super league thing was leaked years ago. why is anyone surprised?

    Richard TicklerRichard Tickler12 dagar sedan
    • @Joey Stocato im really happy about the backlash. greedy bastards

      Richard TicklerRichard Tickler11 dagar sedan
    • Because all the clubs actually announced they were committing to doing it rather than just leaks. Lots of teams were on the fence about it anyway

      Joey StocatoJoey Stocato12 dagar sedan
  • Why FIA is the black hand ...? 1:18

    Cristián R. SepúlvedaCristián R. Sepúlveda12 dagar sedan
  • Mythbusters made a lead balloon!!!

    Jarad DoyonJarad Doyon12 dagar sedan
  • Lets see. No team promotion/relegation, money staying within the teams involved... sounds like F1 already is the super league...

    Tom BickleTom Bickle12 dagar sedan
  • If the top teams had left, F1 would have been a European indycar league. Equal build cars, equal budgets for all.

    GarfirGarfir12 dagar sedan
  • And BMW Sauber technically still left F1, by BMW selling the Sauber team back to Sauber himself...

    BAASBAAS12 dagar sedan
  • Well, sarcastic ass. I'm not a Lewis hater and you just earned a unsub. Dueces

    DeezNutzDeezNutz12 dagar sedan
  • cute

    wakybeewakybee12 dagar sedan
  • Why leave Manchester United aloof..?? Shame them too.!

    Chintan ShahChintan Shah12 dagar sedan
  • Unfortunatly for Florentino, as big and powerful as Real Madrid is, it's no Ferrari. There are no Ferraris in football.

    sidewalkeresidewalkere12 dagar sedan
  • I have been living under a rock 💁🏻‍♂️

    HowyHowy12 dagar sedan
  • we already have super league at home.... (Greece)

    MichigeoMichigeo12 dagar sedan
  • I reckon had it happened, the car designs would be so much more radical and engines would be powerful as fuck

    Jay137xJay137x12 dagar sedan
  • Tbf F1 basically already is a super league! It is kind of is anti-competitive for the same reasons as ESL with no relegation or promotion, but of course I understand why this is.

    Dentistry GTDentistry GT12 dagar sedan
  • They should still make the series happen! Imagine a group b but with f1 cars 😍😍😍😍

    Kenny MelcherKenny Melcher12 dagar sedan
  • Look a Singh 4:37

    bobby sandhubobby sandhu12 dagar sedan
  • Why f1 car always open wheel not cover wheel?

    Fransiskus CarlosFransiskus Carlos12 dagar sedan
  • You can’t put an Arsenal flag and say “big clubs”

    LucifyLucify12 dagar sedan
  • 3:44 Absolutely not. FOTA's reason for breaking away makes sense because the regulations from the FIA made zero sense at all. There was 2 different regulations to determine one champion. That's like if F1 and Indycar raced together to determine one champion. Then again, who would voluntarily handicap themselves financially to "build a better car" when building a better car means generally spending more money to get better materials. That's a direct paradox. The ESL clubs' reason for breaking away wasn't made from a broken system. They broke away because they favoured greed over the best achievable form of a meritocracy.

    AhronAhron12 dagar sedan
  • A super league almost happened in football

    General GrievousGeneral Grievous12 dagar sedan
  • Matt: "Some of the biggest clubs" Editor: "Arsenal"

    Anant Sai AsthanaAnant Sai Asthana12 dagar sedan
  • not quite the same tho. would be more like mercedes red bull and ferrari doing their own breakaway where each of them always got a position on the podium

    Nick CowenNick Cowen12 dagar sedan
  • This is just the landscape of F1 and I look back at is as part of the fun but also hella frustrating while it’s going on, think back to FISA-FOCA wars, it’s not the first time the teams have rebelled and won’t be the last.

    Chao CuiChao Cui12 dagar sedan
  • The withdrawal of the budget cap made all the teams that joined in 2010 fail

    O FenómenoO Fenómeno12 dagar sedan
  • Editor be smashingggg itttt

    Michael FreemanMichael Freeman12 dagar sedan
  • Super League is a great idea, just because the FIA would not be handling the penalties.

    Tobias HTobias H12 dagar sedan
  • The main difference is clearly the Casus belli. The F1-Teams didn't really stand to make more money from it, the main motivation of the Super League teams was even more money though.

    Raven ColdheartRaven Coldheart12 dagar sedan
  • Basicly Fisa Foca war 2.0

    Slavic HumorSlavic Humor12 dagar sedan
  • They didn't jump onto the opportunity to put the among us emergency meeting in here

    JR ArceloJR Arcelo12 dagar sedan
  • This was definitely WTF1

    Me. once againMe. once again12 dagar sedan
  • Saw the Proposed Calendar and would love to see some of the tracks there featured in F1 like the Finnish GP in Helsinki and the track at Germany.

    FireSonataFireSonata12 dagar sedan
  • Thank God F1 is as it is

    Shivam KamdiShivam Kamdi12 dagar sedan
  • The F1 Super League was potentially the inverse of the football super league proposal. It was in the best interests of the sport. Now we're stuck with hybrids, instead of V8 engines.

    Timmy SchnitzelTimmy Schnitzel12 dagar sedan
  • Sounds similar to the CART-USAC split...

    greg boehmgreg boehm12 dagar sedan
  • want real stakes that forces athletes to push things to the absolute edge? gladiator rules. the bottom 10 get a beating or lose a limb, THEN youll see some real hustle

    Bosco26726Bosco2672612 dagar sedan
  • Isn't F1 already a super league? Low scoring teams don't get relegated to F2, and higher scoring F2 teams don't get promoted.

    Terry GloverTerry Glover12 dagar sedan
  • Not to mention that barely a month of the mid-2000s went by without the non-Ferrari manufacturer teams threatening to make the GP World Championship.

    ihathtelekinesisihathtelekinesis12 dagar sedan
  • I'd completely forgotten about this story. One of the issues with the teams who were threatening to pull out was it included all the engine manufacturers! F1 would have been a championship between Williams and Force India in foot powered Flintstones cars!

    Building on a Budget ModelsBuilding on a Budget Models12 dagar sedan
  • Technically F1 is like the Super League, I mean... the teams don't need to qualify.

    Gledis D.Gledis D.12 dagar sedan
  • FOTA=FIFA...

    Nipple JohnstonNipple Johnston12 dagar sedan
  • I actually wanted this to happen!

    Jamie DeadmanJamie Deadman12 dagar sedan
  • I really miss CART racing.

    Youlie2142Youlie214212 dagar sedan
  • So essentially the FIA tried to pull a DTM on the teams? Interesting.

    DANLiDANLi12 dagar sedan
  • It's not the same with f1 though. Since f1 has always been a 'rich man's sport'. It wasn't created by the poor so a super League is just another f1 season really 😂

    Emilia GraceEmilia Grace13 dagar sedan
  • IndyCar / CART split, but with the metric system.

    Mark SmithMark Smith13 dagar sedan
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