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Revealed: Red Bull forced to pay FIA huge sum

Following their remarkable 2023 campaign, Red Bull are going to have to pay the FIA a staggering $7.4 million, to enter Formula 1 next season. With the 2023 season having drawn to a close last weekend at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, it's now known how much each time must pay to be on the grid next season. Each team's fee is dependent on the number of points they scored, with those who scored very few points having to pay significantly less than those at the top of the Constructors' Championship. Regardless of how many points each side scores, every team in the paddock has to pay a set fee of $657,837. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies On top of that figure, every...
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