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The Weekly Grapevine

This week, on shifts in Formula One's political map, and the Schumacher-Brawn owned team

Changes to the F1 political map

In the course of Max Mosley's recent luncheon with the British media, it was confirmed that six of the 11 teams contesting this year's Formula One World Championship had signed up to the revised (apparently as yet undefined) Concorde Agreement.

At no stage did the FIA President divulge the make-up of the sextet, yet immediately thereafter the buzz was that Ferrari, Red Bull Racing, Midland, Williams, Scuderia Toro Rosso and Super Aguri were signatories to the document intended to govern Formula One from 2008 through to 2012.

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