Three-car F1 teams won't happen overnight

Three-car F1 teams won't happen overnight

Those in Formula 1 who think switching to three-car teams is a quick fix haven't looked at the whole picture. DIETER RENCKEN explains why the waters are muddier than they first appear

Having originally exposed the three-car concept back in November 2013, this writer firmly believes that grids comprising eight teams of three cars each is the end game planned for Formula 1 by Formula 1's commercial rights holder CVC Capital Partners - which seems utterly determined to squeeze the last drop out of its flagship investment.

However, the final objective is unlikely to be achieved overnight.

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