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Kate Walker: How the small teams can save themselves

For Formula One to resolve its current moment of crisis, a balance needs to be found between the haves and the have-nots, crudely delineated by those who sit on the F1 Strategy Group and those who were left out in the cold when all the best deals were done. Despite the best intentions of the FIA, the cost cap that was supposed to come into being next season was dismissed by the Strategy Group, and attempts to restore cost controls through regulatory change appear to have faltered. The big teams submitted their proposals – which were described as a joke by FIA president Jean Todt – and the small teams have since submitted theirs. But with the 30 June deadline fast approaching, it looks...
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