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F1 needs less consent from teams: 'The sport functions so much better'

Ross Brawn has decided to end his 46-year career in Formula 1. In his column for Formula1.com, he looks back on the changes he has helped make to make the sport, in his view, better. Article continues under ad Less consent needed from F1 teams An important change has been made in the way F1 is governed, according to Brawn. The FIA now no longer needs consent from all teams to make changes: a majority of eight teams is enough to get things done in the short term. "With five teams and the FIA and F1, we can get things done in the long term," says the Briton. He continues: "We don’t have the constraint of the old governance system and there are now lots of things we’ve...
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