In the three-week gap between grands prix, F1 chiefs on Thursday are headed to Biggin Hill, Bernie Ecclestone's airport in London.
It is there that the F1 chief executive will meet with the governing FIA and the bosses of the sport's 11 teams, amid a potentially explosive debate over cost cutting.
The May 1 meeting was called after F1's six most powerful teams, sitting in the controversial new Strategy Group, vetoed FIA president Jean Todt's plans for a mandatory budget cap from 2015.
The non-Strategy Group teams are furious, and have alerted the attention of the European Commission, flagging the potential breach of competition laws.
"Discrimination against any single team would on the...
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