F1's major teams reportedly oppose moves to appoint a single fuel supplier.
Last week after the meeting of the World Motor Sport Council, it emerged that the new Concorde Agreement paves the way for a single supplier of fuel in future.
The FIA will be "in charge of conducting the tender process", the governing body's media statement said, with Bernie Ecclestone "entitled to run the commercial negotiations with potential suppliers".
But according to Germany's Sport Bild on Wednesday, the big teams are not happy about this development.
That's because they all have separate and lucrative deals in place with major oil corporations: Ferrari with Shell, Renault with Total,...
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