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Cost cap debate damaging F1's image - Kaltenborn

Sutton Images Enlarge Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn believes the ongoing debate over the cost cap is ruining Formula One's standing in the world of sport and says the smaller teams still favour its implementation. The issue goes back to the decision on April 7 by the Strategy Group - which includes Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus and Williams - to vote against the cost cap, which had been unanimously agreed for 2015 earlier this year. The decision infuriated the teams not in the Strategy Group, which includes Sauber, and meetings since have not appeared to come any closer to a resolution. Football governing body UEFA has recently starting implementing penalties to...
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