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F1 set for cost-cutting talks

The F1 teams will meet on Thursday to discuss ways to curb rising costs after the Strategy Group shot down a cost cap. The FIA had intended to introduce a cost cap in a bid to preserve the sport's future and the teams currently competing. However, the proposal was taken off the table when F1's Strategy Group - comprising Red Bull, Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes, Lotus and Williams - said no. F1's smaller teams were angered by that decision and reportedly wrote to FIA president Jean Todt, voicing their complaints and concerns leading to Thursday's meeting. One person who is hoping the teams can find a way forward is Marussia's sporting director Graeme Lowdon, who fears for the sport's future....
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