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F1 spending unsustainable according to new McLaren team principal

New McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl has insisted that the current levels of spending in Formula 1 are unsustainable. Seidl, who moved over to McLaren from Porsche's incredibly-successful LMP1 World Endurance Championship programme, said that the current spending habits of teams would only hurt the sport's long term prospects. “It is clear there is a huge gap at the moment between the top teams and all the other teams here in Formula 1,” Seidl is quoted by Motorsport Week. “When I look back 10 years ago when I left Formula 1, the top teams kept increasing budgets and the number of people, infrastructure and so on. “It is clearly not sustainable, Formula 1, how...
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