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McLaren boss calls for rulemaking reform | 'Teams have too much power'

McLaren chief executive Zak Brown believes Formula 1 teams "have too much power and it needs to be reduced" as he described the controversial Abu Dhabi GP as a "symptom rather than cause" of issues with rulemaking and governance. Although he did not name any rival outfits directly, Brown claimed "at times it has seemed the sport is governed by certain teams", while he also likened the lobbying from team management to Race Control over the radio during races as a "pantomime audition". In a wide-ranging column on McLaren's website looking ahead to 2022 for both the Woking outfit and the sport as a whole, the American team chief expressed strong views on...
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