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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Timo Glock
With the European economic crisis still rattling Formula One, it was no surprise to hear that cash-strapped Marussia and other smaller teams were facing money problems at the start of this season.
Marussia says driver Timo Glock will not participate in Formula One's European Grand Prix on Sunday because of a stomach illness that also kept him out of qualifying.
McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in opening practice Friday for the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix.
Qualifying for the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix was postponed until Sunday morning due to heavy rain that lashed the Suzuka circuit Saturday.
"It's definitely not great for the sport. At the end, there should be the best ones fighting," said Timo Glock, who was replaced after two years driving for Marussia and now races for BMW in the DTM touring car series. "But these days, you need a lot of money or a contact to some of the engine suppliers which can help the team out. It was in the past already but not this extreme."