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Wolff offers hope to the smaller teams

Despite the scrapping of a budget cap, Head of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport, Toto Wolff, believes that there is still hope for the sport's smaller teams.Not for the first time, plans for a budget cap, which, in theory, would have levelled the playing field by limiting the amount of money teams could spend, have been scrapped, and in its place the FIA and the F1 Strategy Group is hoping to agree on regulatory changes that will limit spending and thus ensure the survival of some of the smaller teams.In the wake of (FIA president) Jean Todt's recent admission that plans for a budget cap in 2015 had been scrapped a number of teams wrote to him warning of seismic damage to the sport in the near...
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