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No F1 popularity crisis meeting for now

F1 chiefs have now cancelled until further notice a scheduled meeting of the newly-formed 'popularity working group'. Originally scheduled for last Thursday, it was called off when Mercedes' Toto Wolff had to see a doctor after falling ill in the wake of his recent cycling crash. Also central to the new group - tasked with spicing up the F1 'show' amid apparent dwindling popularity - is Force India's Vijay Mallya, who was summoned to an Indian court for tax evasion. And Bernie Ecclestone has been busy negotiating his $100 million trial settlement in Munich. It was thought the group, also involving Marco Mattiacci and the controversial Flavio Briatore, had rescheduled the meeting for...
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