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Team entry fees for 2019 season revealed

The entry fees for the 2019 Formula One season have been revealed with Mercedes' success coming at a cost. Teams' entry fees are based on the previous season's performance and the number of points scored. A basic entry fee of $546,133 is owed by teams and any costs on top of this figure is based on how well a team performed the previous year. Whilst Mercedes has dominated the sport over the past few seasons, their dominance has come at a cost although Ferrari's reemergence as a threat has brought their total down due to fewer points scored. Team entry fees for 2019 Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsports: $4,838,348Scuderia Ferrari: $3,663,222Aston Martin Red Bull Racing: $2,833,454Renault F1...
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