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Ferrari boss sceptical of cost cap

Luca di Montezemolo doubts a cost cap would work in Formula One as teams - including Ferrari - could "cheat." Recently it was confirmed that in 2015 a cost cap would be introduced in a bid to ensure not only the survival of the existing teams but to persuade another to join. And although the Ferrari president concedes that rising costs are hurting the sport, forcing teams to turn to pay drivers, he is worried that a cost cap is not the right move. "For the first time it has been said that we have to define a [cost] cap. You know why I have doubts about the cap - because it is very easy to cheat - particularly for [manufacturer] teams. And Ferrari could be...
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