Marussia Asks for Level Playing Field on F1 Prize Money

The distribution of F1 revenues, governed by the Concorde Agreement, still hampers the progress of small and backmarker teams.


Last year Marussia finished 11th of 12 teams then in the constructors’ championship after being pipped for 10th by Caterham in the final race in Brazil. That cost them an estimated £35M because prize money, now 63% of the operating profit from the sport’s £1.5B revenues, is traditionally shared by the top 10 teams.

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