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Racing Point sees £10 million of potential savings for teams

Racing Point team boss Otmar Szafnauer believes teams could save up to £10 million in 2021 if key components are carried over to next season. Faced with a massive revenue shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic which has put the 2020 campaign on hold, Formula 1 has delayed next year's scheduled regulation overhaul to 2022 and extended the use of this year's chassis designs into 2021. The move will compress costs for the sport's constituents, but Szafnauer believes more savings can be achieved if additional components are given a longer lease of life. "We once took an old chassis three times into the next season," the Racing Point boss told Auto Motor und Sport. "And not...
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