F1 teams head to Biggin Hill meeting amid discrimination claims 1 May, 2014 In the three-week gap between grands prix, Formula 1 chiefs on Thursday are headed to Biggin Hill, Bernie Ecclestone's airport in London.
It is there that the Formula 1 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 1 May meeting was called after Formula 1′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,...
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