Carey says F1 looking to standardize certain components on the cars
Ferrari spends a reported $500 million per year to field a 2-car team. That's more than the entire IndyCar grid times two.
Chase Carey has admitted that though F1 is seeking to control spending, plans do not include standardizing the cars, however he insists there does need to be more standardizing of components.
"In terms of the teams we are very much focused on cost," he said yesterday, "and I think one of our objectives is clearly to try, for the benefit of the teams as well as the sport overall, to find a way to manage and control cost and that is probably going to be through some sort of, there are many paths to get there, whether it is cost caps or other ways to address key components of the car.
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