It’s time to go back to basics with the F1 formula.
That is, with one big difference: there are no surprises.
There is only one new thing to be concerned about: how much does it cost?
The new rules introduced in 2016 and 2017 make the cost of a car a major factor in F1.
The regulations require teams to spend at least 90 per cent of their budget on the development of a new car, which could be as much as $50 million in 2017.
But what is that spending supposed to do?
For a new driver, that’s nothing.
It’s an expensive hobby.
But for the sport, it is crucial to the success of a driver like Sebastian Vettel.
And the new regulations will require that the F12 engine costs about $6 million, which would mean it would take about six months to produce the car, and that is before the team can start to spend on the other components.
That’s where the extra cost comes into play.
So, if we assume that teams spend 90 per, say, 75 per cent on the engine, that means they will need to spend about $4.5 million on it to get the car into the drivers garage, and $3 million on the rest of the cars, which takes into account any modifications or parts that the team decides to make.
So if we take that into account, it would mean the cost per race would be $2.5million.
That means the cost to win a race would almost double.
While the cost for winning a race could drop a bit depending on how many points are awarded, the cost over the long term would not.
This is the biggest problem for F1 and has been for a while.
It means that teams will only be able to afford to invest in the car when it has been fully raced, meaning that if they decide to buy an engine that has been built for them, they will be looking at a huge investment and they will not have the option to keep buying it when it becomes too expensive.
As a result, it will be much more expensive to run a Formula One team than it would be to run the cars that are now used in the sport.
In fact, the more expensive the car is, the less likely a driver is to race in F3, a relatively young series that is much more affordable to start with.
It’s an issue that will only get worse if the new F1 rules are introduced in 2018, with the potential to see a massive increase in the cost.
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