Montoya believes that Formula 1 teams could field third cars in races
Juan Pablo Montoya spoke about the idea of putting the third cars and explained his opinion
Former Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya spoke about the idea of putting the third cars of the teams in separate races of the season.
Juan Pablo Montoya: "I think that the teams could put a third car on separate races. They have enough resources and money for this.
Let, for example, the FIA introduce a rule about 22 cars on the starting grid, and the teams will choose which Grand Prix they want to expand their presence at. So for the season, each team will hold two races with three cars.
This will give a good plus for young drivers who will have the opportunity to prove themselves, and competitive teams will be able to take points from rivals. And in general, imagine, for example, three Ferrari cars in Monza”.