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Teams meet to discuss budget cap

The F1 Commission will meet on Friday to discuss growing demands from certain teams for the budget cap to be increased. While not all teams are agreement - several of them unable to get anywhere the current spending limit - the need for updates in order to battle for the titles, the need to overcome the porpoising phenomenon and the global financial crisis, have led to the majority asking to be allowed to spend more. 'Seeing as the commission is only scheduled for two hours, we have to get aligned very quickly,' joke Williams boss Jost Capito at Silverstone last weekend. 'I think we're discussing the various options,' he added, referring to the need to discuss the budget cap and the FIA's...
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