Formula 1

Zak Brown: F1 will be an incredible competition… in a couple of years


There is no doubt that Formula 1 is an incredible competition to watch, whether you assess it by its soaring audiences or its technological excellence.

However, in terms of excitement, Max Verstappen broke the record for the most wins in a season (15) in 2022 and Red Bull dominated with 17 victories over 22 races.

In addition, the energy drinks company broke the record for most points in a single season with the Dutchman (454), but not for a team, as it fell six points short of the number achieved by Mercedes in 2016 (759 versus 765). In the previous seasons, the Germans enjoyed dominance.

The change in regulations implemented last year was supposed to lead to greater equality in the Grand Circus, but that hasn’t happened, which is why McLaren Group CEO Zak Brown has expressed criticism.

As a strong advocate of putting a spending cap in place, the American believes this will lead to more even racing in the future.

Even though we’re spending the same amount of money now, some teams have better infrastructures. We’re still waiting for our wind tunnel to be finished. We’ll also have a new simulator soon,” Brown said.

As a result, even though everyone is on an equal footing, or most of the teams from a spending perspective, a few have a better technological infrastructure. Some of us are catching up, while others already have it,” he argues.

Bottom line

The Woking-based team’s boss said in an interview posted on the company’s website: “I think F1 will be an amazing battle in a couple of years as these rules stabilize.”


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