Claire Williams “delighted” about new Formula 1 rules

(Motorsport-Total.com) – A budget cap, a fairer distribution of prize money and new cars: The Formula 1 is in the year 2021 and Williams seems to welcome the plans. Claire Williams says she is “delighted” about the new rule package, which is expected to lead to closer competition in the premier class.

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“At Williams, we are delighted that the new rules have been endorsed by the World Motor Sport Council, which is the rule package we wanted to see from every angle – both financially and technically We wanted to have Formula One, it's the first step in getting the sport in the right direction, and teams like us are still able to act. “

According to Williams, Formula 1 is current in terms of cost not on the right track. For them, the budget cap is just the way to help smaller teams on their feet and to provide a secure future in the premier class.

Also on a technical level, the tail end of Formula 1 behind the course of the Formula One: “The rules are a step in the right direction and there are still some optimizations to be made, but it's just the right first step we've always wanted.”


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Toro Rosso Team Principal Franz Tost also speaks of a “good job” all parties – Liberty Media, the World Automobile Federation (FIA) and the teams. He is also in favor of reducing costs in the premier class, which is why he welcomes the introduction of the budget line. In his view, the fairer distribution of money is also a good way to help smaller teams.

In addition to the technical rules, Tost also praises the planned voting procedure, which should be much simpler. The FIA, Liberty Media and the teams should each have ten votes. The bureaucracy is to be dismantled to make faster decisions. “It's a new start for Formula 1 and I hope it will be more successful,” says Tost.

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