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Ecclestone not getting teary eyed over Caterham

Ahead of official news regarding the future of Caterham, Bernie Ecclestone refuses to get sentimental instead relishing the possibility of three-car teams.The F1 supremo has never been the sentimental type, be it teams, circuits or even drivers, famously saying, at a time of heightened problems among the driver ranks, that in the old days, to paraphrase, there was a natural culling. His meaning quite unmistakable.Having said he is keen to see Monza drop from the calendar - though many see this as a ploy to increase the event hosting fee - the Briton is refusing to get mawkish in terms of the fate of Caterham which was lured into the sport by the promise of a budget cap which would have...
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