The pilot of McLaren Fernando Alonso believes F1 should not overfill a car starting grid.
In the offseason of F1 lost a Manor, which was forced to withdraw from the championship due to lack of funding. Thus, over the past three years the number of cars on the starting field was reduced from 24 to 20.
Under the rules, the start is allowed to take 26 cars, but Alonso sees no need in attracting more teams into the League.
“I think 20 cars is enough [to meet fans] – said Fernando. – At the same time in F1 is difficult to get and difficult to stay long. We see that small teams can’t for a long time to stay here because of finances.
If the race goes 10 good teams Fielding 20 cars, this number corresponds to the number of cars we’ve seen in F1 for many years.”
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