F1 will address costs before cutting team income – Brawn

F1 chief Chase Carey and his colleagues have made it clear that they want to see a fairer spread of income once the current Concorde Agreement runs out in 2020.The key to that ambition is convincing the bigger, best-paid teams to accepts reduced revenues on the basis that their costs will also come down as the rules are addressed.As the head of the sporting side of F1, Brawn has been … Keep reading

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