Red Bull principal Christian Horner does not see why the current teams should lose out financially if a new one joins.

The ongoing efforts of the Andretti family to make it onto the Formula 1 grid for 2024, as well as the confirmation of Porsche and Audi’s F1 involvement from 2026, has created quite the debate regarding potential financial dilution for the 10 teams currently on the grid.

Any new team that joins Formula 1 would need to pay a fee of $200 million, that shared across the teams as compensation since there would now be an extra slice of the financial pie to be handed out.

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