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Caterham chief fears two-tier F1 in 2014/15

Caterham chief Cyril Abiteboul believes Formula 1 risks turning in to a two-tier sport because of the new regulation changes for 2014. Whilst it was thought the changes would create more of a level-playing field, Abiteboul reckons the leading pack will move further away from the chasing midfield because they can't afford to lose and will therefore spend far more than they currently are to ensure they win. "I think it is a small opportunity for us in that it is an opportunity to join the midfield - but I believe that we will only join the midfield," he told Autosport. "There is a reset but the midfield will be quite far away from the leading teams because I see the amount of...
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