Former FIA president Max Mosley has warned that F1 is in a tight for "survival" partly because of the ineffective of Jean Todt.
Mosley, who was a staunch campaigner for cost cutting measures, believes F1 is in trouble as costs are again soaring and are set to do so even more next season with the introduction of V6 engines.
"It's about the survival of Formula 1 if nothing happens, F1 will shrink," the 73-year-old told Welt am Sonntag.
"The problem is that the smaller teams struggle to find lenders to be competitive.
As a result they are forced out of the sport at the ened. They are forced to give it. It's high time for a rethink."
Mosley, however, denied that...
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