Impossible to keep HRT going reveals Sala 31 December, 2012 Dec.31 (GMM) HRT team boss Luis Perez-Sala has admitted that the Spanish team’s Formula One dream is over. After three seasons at the back of the F1 grid, the Spanish backmarker has folded, even though official confirmation (other than Sala’s admissions during an interview) has not yet emerged. “It was impossible to go on,” Sala, the former Minardi driver who was brought in by new owners Thesan Capital to run the team this year, told El Mundo Deportivo newspaper. “When we decided to take charge of the team, we were promised aid that never arrived,” he added. HRT, originally founded as Campos Meta, but mostly known as Hispania, never scored a point. Subbed by AJN. Related NewsPirelli purchases 2011 HRT F1 carScorpion F1 team could rise from HRT ashesDe la Rosa confirms F1 dream over for HRTUnpaid supplier claims HRT F1 team in liquidationQinghua in talks with Caterham and MarussiaCuquerella admits HRT’s F1 adventure definitely overHRT absent from 2013 F1 entry list released by FIAOut of work HRT mechanics in drunken brawl at factoryNo more Spanish team in F1 confirms De la RosaHRT: The best way to finish this long season JodyRenza The only way teams like this (Caterham & Marussia included) will be able to survive & grow, will be to enable them to run chassis from Mclaren,Sauber,Lotus ect like in the olden days with March,Mclaren ect!! McLarenfan I think you are correct JodyRenza and at the end of the day it is needed!