Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff is adamant that cutting costs in Formula 1, by monitoring each team's expenditure, is a tough ask because it would be virtually impossible to police.
Speaking during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend Wolff said, 'How do you close the gap between a privately owned team, owned by a millionaire who enjoys going racing and a multinational global brand that tries to promote its products? It’s impossible.'
'So the question is: do we want to close the gap, narrow the gap of the cars and make the racing more tight, or do we want to really cut costs. I think it’s super-difficult, you know? At first sight it looks very simple but then how do you want to...
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