Monisha Kaltenborn has urged the teams to work together to cut costs, after all, "we all need each other."
Next season, F1 is facing massive price hike as the sport swaps from the current V8 engines to 1.6-litre turbocharged V6s, which some predict could be double the price of the current units.
Bringing costs down is vital to the survival of F1's smaller teams and the sport as a whole with Kaltenborn highlighting the importance of teams working together.
Asked if she would accuse the big teams of 'negligence', the Sauber team boss told the official F1 website: "It is a bit that way.
"We understand that the big teams have the big brands, their own brands, which are of...
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