F1 2013 – Prize money to only be paid to top 10 teams

Formula One News » F1 2013 – Prize money to only be paid to top 10 teams

Bernie Ecclestone has revealed only the top 10 constructors will receive a share of the Formula 1 prize money, which would currently leave one team without any prize money at the end of the season said to be worth £10million.

Eccelstone told the daily telegraph only Marussia is not part of the Concorde agreement they don’t have a commercial agreement because they are not in the top ten.

“We pay the top ten, that’s what we do.

“For three years we did something different because we had an agreement with Max Mosley but from now on we will pay the top ten and that is it.”



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