Gerhard Berger says it is up to Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone to come together to find a way to make F1 sustainable.
In recent months several teams have highlighted the growing costs of competing in Formula One, which are again set to rise next season.
Asked about it in an interview with the Bild, former team boss Berger stated that the situation is not being helped by Todt and Ecclestone's vastly different views.
"The time is now," the Austrian told the German publication. "In Formula One, the old adage 'too many cooks spoil the broth' is more and more true.
"Previously president Max Mosley and Bernie Ecclestone worked as a unit. Today we have in Jean Todt and...
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