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McLaren's Martin Whitmarsh says FIA 'has to make decision' on cost control in F1

McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh believes the time has come for the FIA to make a call on whether or not it wants to get involved in the policing of cost control in Formula 1, as he warns of big consequences if spending is allowed to get out of control.

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