F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has made it clear that he will not allow the entry of an 11th team into the F1 paddock under any circumstances. Despite the excitement surrounding the potential addition of a new team to the Formula 1 World Championship. The last team to join, Haas, entered the grid seven years ago. One of the most appealing prospects. Which is among the potential new entries is the Andretti bid, that is backed by General Motors. One might assume that Formula 1 would warmly welcome a reputable American racing team supported by one of the world’s largest automakers. However, F1 as a whole has united to resist the entry of Andretti or any other new team.
In an interview with Autosport, F1 President and F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali reaffirmed his stance on the current application process for new entrants. He firmly stated that he will not permit the addition of a new team to the championship. As the former team principal of Ferrari.
Domenicali expressed this position to the publication.“I’m not altering my views about that. As we’ve previously stated, it’s not about the money, and I don’t want to predict anything since there is a procedure in place. I believe I must respect the FIA for starting that process, and very soon we will reach a resolution.
“As we have always emphasised, we must ensure that the choice is best for the company. And I believe that the FIA and we both have a responsibility to take this action. Therefore, that is another choice that will be made in the coming few months.”
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