F1's teams alliance, FOTA, is meeting on Thursday at a Heathrow airport hotel, spokespeople for two grand prix outfits confirmed.

F1's teams alliance, FOTA, is meeting on Thursday at a Heathrow airport hotel, spokespeople for two grand prix outfits confirmed.

The news coincides with the leaking of a letter sent on Monday by FIA president Max Mosley to the alliance's chairman Luca di Montezemolo, outlining the need for further radical cost cuts.

It is believed, however, that high on the agenda for the meeting is Mosley's proposal to investigate the possible future use of further moveable aerodynamic devices, in addition to the adjustable front wing that is allowed in 2009.

"If sufficiently radical, these could give a car following another car a performance advantage by virtue of being behind," the FIA president wrote in his letter to Montezemolo.

 

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