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FIA no longer mentioning cost cap

F1's governing body has toned down its rhetoric on cost-cutting, having said in December it wanted to install a highly-controversial "global cost cap". But on Thursday, after a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in Geneva, the FIA said only that the adoption of "cost reduction and cost control regulations" has been agreed, following a meeting involving Bernie Ecclestone and the F1 teams. The FIA said the cost control regulations will be installed in 2015. The full statement can be read at http://www.fia.com/world-motor-sport-council-2014-geneva
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