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F1 ready for a debate on single and three-car teams - Symonds

Pat Symonds says Formula 1 could soon put the subject of single and three-car teams on its agenda as a means of boosting Grand Prix racing's grid. Currently, teams entered in the F1 world championship must field two cars, with one-car entries only accepted in the case of special circumstances, like in the case of an equipment or drover deficiency on race day. Symonds, who joined F1 sporting director Ross Brawn's 2021 rules panel last year, says a change of the two-car rule could come up for debate. "It hasn't been on the agenda," Symonds said last week, speaking at a Motorsport Industry Association conference. "(But) it's a good point and probably at our next meeting, it's...
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