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Ecclestone would offer reward over cap whistleblower

Commercial rights holder Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that he plans to offer a 1 million reward to anyone who provides evidence that teams are breaking a planned spending cap in F1.The FIA revealed late last year that it was looking into ways to bring in a cost cap for the 2015 season in an effort to make the sport more financially sustainable and to reduce some of the economic pressure on the competing teams.How the cap would be policed is something still to be revealed but Ecclestone said he was prepared to offer a financial incentive to anyone who could provide evidence that the rules were being broken. “The plan under consideration is to give 1 million to any whistleblower...
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