Formula 1 has been going through some significant changes over the years.

Initially, there were only a few teams in charge. However, all the teams are slowly getting closer to each other.

Red Bull team boss, Christian Horner, suggests that this is a necessary change but points to consequences for the prime teams.

What did Horner say?

Christian Horner; Source: drivetribe.com

“It’s a big challenge, especially for the big teams, and I include McLaren and Alpine in that,” he told Auto, Motor und Sport

“Even AlphaTauri is getting to the finish line, because they get a discount on the parts they get from us.

“We have had to restructure the whole team. It’s also a distraction because it affects every department. But the bottom line is that it’s a healthy move for this sport. Even if some parts don’t make sense yet.”

Policies need to be more clear

Horner adds that the current policies are not very clear and enforcing them can lead to several loopholes.

“For example, about what counts towards the cost cap and what doesn’t,” he continued.

“There is a discussion about whether a gym is part of it. Why should we be penalized for it if it has always been there and we use it to do something good for our employees?

“I think it will take two years to agree on all the details and make everything go smoothly,” he concluded.

France to help Mercedes redeem themselves?

Mercedes have a tough fight ahead; Source: formula1.com

After a difficult two races in the street circuits of Monaco and Baku, Mercedes will be looking to reinstate themselves at the top position.

However, their rivals Red Bull will put up a strong fight.

The French Grand Prix will be a memorable one for sure.

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