Red Bull driver Max Verstappen of the Netherlands steers his car during the Emirates Formula One Grand Prix at the Yas Marina racetrack in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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The Formula One season ended over the weekend with even some drivers stifling a yawn but the sport's new owners remained upbeat about their investment and future prospects.Making the racing more exciting and competitive is a priority, with the season fizzling out in the later stages after Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and eventual champion Lewis Hamilton had looked like battling down to the wire earlier in the year.Ferrari, the sport's oldest and most successful team, have already warned they could quit if they do not like what the future holds.That has led to a drop in earnings which has hit revenue payouts to the 10 teams with payments, at $273 million in Q4, 14 percent lower than the same period last year.
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