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Small teams accuse big teams of breaching EU law

Some smaller outfits have accused six of the larger teams and the FIA of breaching a European competition law. Force India, Sauber, Caterham and Marussia have written to the FIA to express their belief that the six teams which form the F1 Strategy Group are abusing their dominant position illegally. Red Bull, Ferrari, Mercedes, McLaren, Williams and Lotus make up the group alongside FIA president Jean Todt and F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone. The group has the ability to agree upon and scrap new rules without gaining unanimous agreement, as long as a majority within the group share the same view. Following the FIA's decision to drop a new cost cap for 2015 - because those six teams and...
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