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Media-Revenue Allocation in Formula One A Case for Competition Policy?
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Published online in M-Blog (http://www.m-blog.info/2015/10/media-revenue-allocation-informula-one-a-case-for-competition-policy/) on the 5th of October 2015. Abstract: Two midfield teams competing in the FIA Formula One World Championship (motor racing), have reportedly lodged a formal complaint to the European Commission. They raise two concerns about violations of competition law. First, the system of allocating media revenues (predominantly from the sale of broadcasting rights) between thedoi:10.2139/ssrn.2671301 fatcat:g7sbs3tmy5a7vp7pf3c2gk3aoy