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F1 needs some radical re-thinking warns Gallagher

Former Jordan and Jaguar marketing boss Mark Gallagher warns that the sport needs to take a long, hard look at itself or risk imploding.The Irishman, who started out as a journalist and broadcaster, subsequently going on to spearhead Cosworth's return to F1, seriously fears for the sport's future, warning that it must learn from its mistakes.His main concern, like many others within the business, is money, and while he supports the idea of a budget cap he fears that implementing it would prove impossible.'It is a great idea, but policing that will be impossible,' he told Italy's F1web.it. 'You can try to limit how a team spends money, but what about its suppliers, sister companies or...
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