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Bernie Ecclestone Plans 3-Car Change to Formula 1, Will Scrap Double Points

Bernie Ecclestone has revealed plans to unleash eight three-car teams during the 2015 Formula One season.This major change would take place if financially unstable teams such as Caterham, Marussia and Sauber fail to fund their participation. Ecclestone spoke honestly about the potential switch ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, reported by the Press Association via the Daily Mail: It has always been on the cards if we lose up to three teams the others will run three cars. I think we should do it anyway. I would rather see Ferrari with three cars, or any of the other top teams with three cars, than having teams that are struggling. [...] The trouble with the teams - which is all normal - they think of themselves short term. Yo...

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