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Bernie 'happy' if teams drop out

Bernie Ecclestone says he would have no complaints if some teams were forced out of F1 especially if they "cannot afford it." In recent months concerns have been raised about the financial viability of some of the Formula 1 teams. The latest speculation related to Caterham while Sauber, who have yet to score a point this season, have also been dogged by rumours. However, should either team, or any other for that matter, fall away, Ecclestone says he will have no issue with it. Asked if he was worried about the grid shrinking, he told Autosport: "In fact, I would be happy. "It's like a poker game. You don't know the other players. They should not be in the game....
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