Below is the questions that followed the announcement made by an unpredictable Team Principal, Dylan Lopez.
Journalists: Why did you decide to move to Switzerland? How beneficial do you believe it will be moving there?
Lopez: Why not? They aren't in any debt whatsoever, it's smack bang in the middle of Europe which makes it easier for us to travel to each European event. It was a pretty comfortable decision with all of the team given the issues Greece is currently facing.
J: When do you move countries?
L: We've already started setting up at our new factory, all the big machinery is being installed currently and we will be able to complete next years car there. We will offically move in after the final round, and we will officially open the new facilities in private due to the fact all the hype that could follow may cause disruptions to commuters as alot of traffic flows through the country on a daily basis.
A new freeway is also being built along with this project, which will begin after the facilities are complete and will help reduce the traffic by up to 35%.
J: Can we expect a new name and livery next season?
L: Absolutely, we won't be Warrior Racing anymore, instesd we will be racing under a new name which will be announced when we unleash the beast for next season. With that will come a new livery, for which I can tell you to expect the unexpected...
J: Any hints as to what it may look like Lopez?
L: Hopefully an F1 car, not your mother's '63 Opel Kadet.
(Everyone bursts in laughter)
L: I did say expect the unexpected fellas, (damn I wish Hammond was here).
J: Hammond will be on to you at Silverstone.
L: Hahaha, it's all good, he'll probably tweet me when he sees this press conference, it's just a bit of fun.
J: Did you even tell us where in Switzerland the factory is located?
L: Zurich, why?
J: Zu-richs a good choice?
L: We didn't select it for no reason dude. Go back to Primary School if that's what you want to ask me.
Anyways, enjoy a hot and stinky Malaysian Grand Prix chaps.