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Fittipaldi: F1 should have another two or three teams

Two-time Formula 1 World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi believes there should be three or four more teams in the top flight to allow more drivers the opportunity to make it. F1 chief Stefano Domenicali has made it clear, more than once, that another team, let alone two or more, is not a priority for the sport in this current era, buying into the cabal (teams included) who run the sport and want to keep it a closed shop. In other words, the ten teams who lucked into the window of opportunity that presented itself, until recently, have bunkered themselves into the ten-team compound as sharing the pie is not good for business. Worth noting is that pretty much the same powerbrokers who gave the...
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