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Teams argue over cost cap

There is a tense air about Formula One following the meeting of team bosses at Biggin Hill last week. They gathered at the airfield just outside London to discuss concerns over proposed cost cutting regulations.Though unanimously agreed at a meeting in January, the cost cap regulations, which had the support of FIA President Jean Todt, were subsequently voted down by the Formula One Strategy Group. The decision has been viewed by many as the top teams, who are all represented on group, protecting their own self-interests rather than looking at what is good for the sport as a whole.On Friday a number of the smaller team bosses faced the media in what was tipped to be an explosive press...
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