Next Tuesday will see encounters of Both Strategy Group and F1 Commission. FIA President Jean Todt has indicated that he expects progress to be made.
A deadline of the end of June to get 2021 regulations has included some urgency to proceedings.
Wolff is optimistic about the prospects of the next week’s collecting, and he has accepted that an expense cap — that may impact the three big teams — will soon likely be an integral portion of the package.
“I believe there is some momentum in the course of action,” explained Wolff. “And we’re all keen on focusing on the way 2021 seems”
Wolff says that his team will accept an expense cap, even if it’s viable:”Mercedes certainly is enthusiastic about having an expense cap executed, at the proper degrees, therefore it is reasonable for everyone.
“Get the large teams aboard in a means that’s implementable. And the small teams to kind-of at least cap us, and be sure that we’re not running away with even higher costs every year.
“And regulations will be another big building block, so it is vital that you have over the line before June.
“So let’s see the next week goes, but that which I notice is making me optimistic”
Racing Point team leader Otmar Szafnauer consented the fee cap was one of the vital conditions that has to be addressed as soon as possible.
“Time is marching, therefore it’ll be very good to begin determining what’s going to happen,” he told Motorsport.com. “We are happy with the fee cap which has been proposed before.
“I think in the background, you can find things happening, there’s a framework of how to authorities an expense limit. That’s all happening. Therefore people are focusing on it”