Why Ferrari must no longer be F1's favourite

Why Ferrari must no longer be F1's favourite

Formula 1 continues to reward its teams unevenly. There is hope on the horizon, but grand prix racing's new owners need to take the right path

The week of the Spanish Grand Prix traditionally features Autosport revealing payments made to teams during the course of a season by commercial rights holder Formula One Management.

These were known as 'Bernie Monies', but given that Formula 1 is now a Liberty Media subsidiary and Bernie Ecclestone is no longer CEO but 'chairman emeritus', a revised moniker for a pot totalling almost a billion dollars will need to be coined.

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