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Gallagher calls for 'radical re-thinking' in F1

Former Cosworth chief Mark Gallagher has called for a 'radical re-thinking' in F1 to bring down the costs involved in competing in the sport.A series of changes being introduced for this season, most notably a new engine formula, are set to ramp up costs as teams change to the 1.6 litre power units complete with energy recovery systems.Those increased costs come at a time when many are calling are for cost cutting measures to be implemented but while Gallagher said something should be done, he admitted that bringing in a budget cap would be challenging."Formula One needs some radical re-thinking if it is to bring costs down and improve the racing,” he told F1Web.it. “If it...
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