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Brown disappointed by ‘resistance’ to Andretti F1 entry

McLaren CEO Zak Brown has said the Andretti family's intention to join F1 has been met by 'resistance' but hopes it is not dead. A prospective Andretti Global entry into the sport from the 2024 season has been on the cards for a while and was given more credence when Michael Andretti, son of Mario, submitted the required paperwork to the FIA but has yet to hear if it has been successful. One of the main issues could be the current 10 teams in the sport and their unwillingness for an 11th to join and have a share of the profits. The Concorde Agreement states that any new entry must pay a $200million anti-dilution fee to compensate other teams for the extra piece of prize money...
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