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No cost cap for 2015 - Todt

Jean Todt says cost-cutting will now be achieved through rule changes FIA Enlarge Jean Todt has revealed the FIA has dropped its plans for a cost cap in 2015 after opposition from F1's leading teams. The BBC is reporting the six teams in the sport's strategy group have formally rejected the plans, which were agreed earlier this year. Cost-cutting will now be achieved through rule changes, though Todt is disappointed the teams could not reach an agreement with the FIA. "If the commercial rights holder [Bernie Ecclestone] and six teams are against it, it's mathematics [that it can't be imposed]," Todt said. "In this case, no more cost cap. In a way, I am disappointed because...
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