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Teams debate customer cars

Opinions within the paddock are divided as to how the sport can reduce costs and as the teams squabble over how to progress the latest topic of debate is that of customer cars.It's a subject which could be viewed as a quick and relatively easy way to reduce spending for new teams and build a more competitive field. Marussia or Caterham, for example, could purchase a Ferrari or Red Bull chassis which would almost certainly make both more competitive. But that does not necessarily align with the ambitions of rival teams. Sauber is struggling in 2014 and would likely lose out should those behind it suddenly become more competitive. Even those in the midfield could be vulnerable if the sport...
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