Several of the smaller teams in Formula One want the FIA to produce evidence that their survival is important to the sport's governing body.
A meeting between the 11 F1 teams, the FIA and Bernie Ecclestone takes place at Biggin Hill airfield south of London this week to "clarify the means to achieve a substantial F1 team cost reduction".
The meeting was called by the FIA after a Sauber, Force India, Caterham and Marussia submitted a letter to the sport's governing body that questions their motives for scrapping plans to impose a cost cap in 2015, which was agreed unanimously by all the teams previously.
The decision to scrap the plans to impose a cost cap as of next year was...
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