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F1 will fail without cost control - Marussia

Small teams such as Caterham and Marussia are concerned about budget Sutton Images Enlarge Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon believes Formula One will be setting itself up for a fall if it tries to implement cost control through regulations alone. A crisis meeting on May 1 between all 11 teams is being held after the F1 Strategy Group unanimously voted against a cost cap for 2015. Marussia and the other teams not in the group are furious at the decision and feel the gap between the biggest and smallest teams will continue to grow. The plan now is to achieve cost-cutting through sporting and technical regulations, but Lowdon cites McLaren's approach this year as a reason why that...
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