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Ecclestone tells struggling Caterham to stop

Even amid swirling speculation about Caterham's future, Bernie Ecclestone is unmoved. He told an Austrian newspaper last week that he would be "happy" if struggling and complaining small teams succumb to their money troubles. "If you can't afford to be in this game, you should not be here," said the sport's chief executive. Since then, Caterham founder Tony Fernandes has conceded on Twitter that his F1 project "didn't work", and the team has reportedly been sold along with its reported EUR 20 million in debt. Still, 83-year-old Ecclestone is unmoved about the small teams' plight. "They should stop," he told Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport. "If...
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