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Kate Walker: The trouble with consensus

While FIA president Jean Todt's desire to achieve rule by consensus is admirable, it is not necessarily the best way to get things done in Formula One.It is undeniable that F1 needs to impose some form of cost controls if it is to safeguard its long-term future. At the moment, thanks to a series of sweeping technological changes, we have seen some of the smaller-budgeted teams performing well, with Force India currently second in the constructors' standings and Williams with six times the points from the first three races of 2014 than they managed in all of last year.But it is unlikely that those with smaller budgets will continue to perform as well as the season progresses – while the...
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