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Brown comments on concerns over conflict of interest in Formula 1

An open letter from McLaren CEO Zak Brown caused a stir in the Formula 1 world last week. The American called for anonymous voting for teams in order to tackle alleged conflicts of interest and influence between teams. In a new interview Brown explains his position in more detail. Changes to the logistical and organisational side of Formula 1 often need to secure the agreement of a majority of teams before they actually come into effect. However, Zak Brown sees the close relationships between some teams on the grid creating conflicts of interest, as well as influence on smaller teams by big players. Read more VIDEO: Verstappen back in a kart after four years for balloon race against Perez...
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