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Ecclestone: The plan is to reward budget cap whistle-blowers with 1?million

Ecclestone: The plan is to reward budget cap whistle-blowers with 1?million 10 February, 2014 Bernie Ecclestone has plans to deal with over expenditure in F1 Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Formula 1 authorities intend offering a reward of 1?million to whitle-blowers who provide evidence that teams are spending beyond the agreed $200?million (146 million) when the sport's budget cap comes into effect in 2015. Ecclestone told Daily Express, “The plan under consideration is to give 1?million ($1.4 million) to any whistle-blower whose knowledge is proved to be accurate. We will then say to the team that the following year you will lose three of the maximum points you...
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