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FIA president denies rumours of friction with FOM: 'I can't complain'

Mohammed Ben Sulayem denies rumours that the relationship between the FIA and Formula One Management has deteriorated. In fact, according to the FIA president, the relationship between the organisations has never been as good as it is now. Article continues under ad Ben Sulayem said this in a reaction to rumours of tensions between the two sides in recent months. These included widespread criticism of the FIA's handling of the investigation into Red Bull Racing's budget cap. Also, not all teams agreed with the decision to double the number of sprint races from three to six. Read more F1 needs less consent from teams: 'The sport functions so much better' FIA denies rumours of friction with...
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