Andreas Seidl believes that so-called “Team B” should not be allowed into Formula One.
Andreas Seidl believes that so-called “Team B” cannot be admitted to Formula One.
“Haas deserves its results because there are rules and they follow them,” Seidl told the Spanish newspaper AS. “We do not complain about it.
“But it is a matter of principle and what Formula 1 should be in the future,” the German added.
“Everything related to the performance of the car must be done by each team,” says Seidl.
He worries that according to the current rules, teams that want to “get ahead” in Formula 1, “may need a second team.”
“It allows Team B to work better with less effort, and even more worrying is that Team A will win,” Seidl said.
He proposes to ban “infrastructure sharing”, such as wind tunnels, and to be able to share only the “gearbox and power unit”.
“Anything that cannot be properly tracked should be banned,” Seidl insisted.
Alpine Chief Otmar Schaffnauer agrees that the very existence of close alliances between F1 competitors is problematic.
“You can go for coffee together and share ideas,” he said. “” How’s the new floor going? “Or” don’t go that way, it doesn’t work. “