Members of the Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) have postponed this weekend’s scheduled meeting during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to address ongoing issues of cost containment under the Resource Restriction Agreement (RRA).
The group was set to meet to try and put an end to the dispute over the spending agreement, amid concerns that ongoing allegations of overspending by some teams could split FOTA in two.
Sensing the future of the group was at stake, several key team leaders had been at pains to stress the importance and viability of FOTA in determining the future of the sport.
Organisers have cited logistical reasons that have caused the meeting to be postponed.
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