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Norris: Herta, and more teams, would benefit F1

McLaren's Lando Norris reckons the more, the merrier, when it comes to getting more teams into Formula 1 – within reason. The situation regarding the potential entry of Andretti into Formula 1 remains unclear for now, with the American squad seemingly hitting a brick wall when it comes to finding a potential in. None of the existing teams appear willing to sell up, which includes fellow American team Haas – rumours had emerged over the past two seasons that team owner Gene Haas was potentially interested in selling. As for a entering themselves, Andretti have made it clear they are willing to pay the prerequisite $200 million that's required for a new entry – this money...
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