Team says Mosley's budget cap 'good idea'

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<b>MAX MOSLEY - BACKING FROM SAUBER:</b> Ex-International Automobile Federation president Max Mosley is still pushing for a budget cap for Formula 1. <i>Image: International Automobile Federation</i>
<b>MAX MOSLEY - BACKING FROM SAUBER:</b> Ex-International Automobile Federation president Max Mosley is still pushing for a budget cap for Formula 1. <i>Image: International Automobile Federation</i>

LONDON, England - Sauber has backed ex-International Automobile Federation president Max Mosley's renewed call for a budget cap for Formula 1 racing.

Ahead of the Strategy Group's crunch meeting scheduled for May 14 about the future, Mosley told Germany's Auto Motor and Sport magazine that teams should revisit the idea of limiting budgets to $100-million (about R1-billion) a year.

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