FIA International F3000 more interesting this year?
I wonder, with every team (mechanics, engineer, drivers etc...)starting 2002 with a new unknown car,
Will we see a very interesting close and fair championship ?
Could we see end of the grid drivers be as competitive as others?
Will drivers who best understand car setups be quicker to get ahead of the pack?
Will others teams try to acquire gathered data from Coca-Cola Nordic Racing/Lola/Avon pre-season testing so than can try to set up the new Lola B2/50 accordindly before the start of the 2002 season ?