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I've been a bit bored today, so I decided to see if I could come up with my own concorde agreement. This was it:

http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=09655373361981412293

I then worked out the cash it would pay out to the teams at the end of last season:

http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=21982983563649954893

Thoughts? (Preferably about what I came up with, not how sad I am :p)
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"A team involved in the sport for a long time receives an additional £10,000,000 per decade they have been in the sport (without withdrawing). This is known as a dedication reward."

Not sure I agree with this. Ferrari will get something like 60,000,000 pounds, and a team like Red Bull will get nothing, or unless you mean a team's payout will include their predecessors (i.e. Red Bull will have Jaguar and Stewart GP)

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"A team involved in the sport for a long time receives an additional £10,000,000 per decade they have been in the sport (without withdrawing). This is known as a dedication reward."

Not sure I agree with this. Ferrari will get something like 60,000,000 pounds, and a team like Red Bull will get nothing, or unless you mean a team's payout will include their predecessors (i.e. Red Bull will have Jaguar and Stewart GP)

It's 10 years for Red bull next year.
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"A team involved in the sport for a long time receives an additional £10,000,000 per decade they have been in the sport (without withdrawing). This is known as a dedication reward."

Not sure I agree with this. Ferrari will get something like 60,000,000 pounds, and a team like Red Bull will get nothing, or unless you mean a team's payout will include their predecessors (i.e. Red Bull will have Jaguar and Stewart GP)

No, it only includes current marques (though I did allow Sauber to keep their payments despite the BMW reign). Red Bull get £10,000,000 next season though, then Toro Rosso the year after.
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