‘Two or three teams' in financial strife – Ecclestone 23 September, 2013 Bernie Ecclestone Two or three teams on the grid are facing financial difficulties, according to Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone.
Told by veteran Swiss correspondent Roger Benoit that ‘half the field' is struggling to survive amid the economic crisis and spiralling costs, Ecclestone answered: 'That's not quite right.
'We are talking about two vulnerable teams at the moment,' the 82-year-old told Blick newspaper.
'Perhaps there's a third with a question mark,' added Ecclestone.
Asked, however, if he is confident the ‘vulnerable' teams will be on the 2014 grid, the Briton insisted:...
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