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Todt: It may be that some teams do not survive

Jean Todt on the grid in Canada FIA President Jean Todt has admitted some Formula 1 teams are in danger of folding and thus bowing out of the sport. This despite Formula 1 setting up camp at the impressively rejuvenated Red Bull Ring, an air of melancholy has gripped the Formula 1 paddock. Television ratings are down, the V6 turbo hybrid power unit ‘green' era and Bernie Ecclestone's apparent aversion to social media is being debated, and seemingly desperate measures like artificial noise, sparks and standing re-starts are being seriously considered. Against all that, the powerful teams look to have won their latest battle against Formula 1′s struggling minnows — the...
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