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F1 seeking 10-team limit in new Concorde Agreement – report

The 10 existing Formula 1 teams are seeking the limit of outfits allowed onto the grid to be reduced from 12 to 10 in the forthcoming Concorde Agreement, according to reports. The current terms allow for 12 F1 squads to partake once commercial terms are agreed with an anti-dilution fee of $200 million to mitigate […]
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