F1 stragglers should consider moving over for the next generation of teams if they cannot afford formula one.
That is the message of Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, who owns two F1 teams including Red Bull Racing, the dominant clean-sweep world champions since 2010.
It is believed many teams on the grid are struggling financially at present, notably Lotus and Sauber.
But the Swiss newspaper Blick claims Force India could be about to lose the crucial backing of the Sahara Group, and if Pastor Maldonado leaves Williams, he could take EUR 40 million in annual backing with him.
Sauber, meanwhile, looked to have solved its crisis recently with a Russian rescue deal and Sergey Sirotkin,...
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