Every few years, The Powers That Be in Formula One sit down to redraw the rules of competition and the prize money distribution.

Known as the Concorde Agreement, this little document has caused a fuss ever since the first agreement was signed in 1981. And with the newest iteration coming up in 2021, it’s no surprise that some of the top teams are pushing back against the promise of a redistribution of finances.

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