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'Formula 1 needs solid business model'

– Formula 1 needs to produce a 'solid business model for the future' or else the sport could find itself with only four teams, Lotus Deputy Team Principal Federico Gastaldi has warned.His comments come ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix this weekend and in the wake of a meeting of the all teams last month and the Strategy Group where the issue of cost control was again discussed.Although all the teams have voiced their opinions recently - and were quizzed on the matter in the FIA team representatives' press conferences in both Monaco and Spain, Gastaldi has now reiterated just how important it is that something is done. He also believes it would be 'beneficial for all'."There are...
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