Zak Brown Provides Update on Fresh F1 Concorde Agreement Talks
Discussions about the new Concorde Agreement are in early stages
“From my perspective, I believe the sport is functioning well, so there’s a lot to discuss. I think we should continue as we are, with perhaps some refinements here and there. Ultimately, we are waiting for a formal approach to initiate the conversations.”
The possibility of an 11th team in Formula 1 was a recurring topic leading up to the Silverstone race, with Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff reiterating his opposition to the idea. Brown emphasized that the key aspect of any potential bid is what the prospective team can bring to the sport.
“There has been much debate about this, and everyone has an opinion. However, the decision ultimately rests with Formula 1 and the FIA,” stated Brown. “From my perspective, it would be easiest if they acquired one of the existing 10 teams, but the crucial factor is what they bring to the sport.