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Smallest teams write explosive letter to F1 power brokers

Smallest teams write explosive letter to F1 power brokers 16 April, 2014 Formula 1′s four smallest teams have combined to write a letter complaining about the state of the sport and their plight within it to the powers that be at the highest level. Sport Bild revealed that the letter, initiated by Marussia and also signed by Caterham, Force India and Sauber, was addressed to the other seven teams as well as Bernie Ecclestone and FIA president Jean Todt. The report said a main complaint of the letter is about the new and rule-influential Strategy Group, made up of the grid's ‘big five' teams and, for historic reasons, Williams. The letter follows hot on the heels of Todt's...
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