F1's three new teams have been invited to join their ten 2010 rivals for a meeting of the Technical Working Group.

F1's three new teams have been invited to join their ten 2010 rivals for a meeting of the Technical Working Group.

The meeting is scheduled to take place on Wednesday at the Nurburgring, ahead of this weekend's formula one race at the German circuit.

Cosworth-powered Manor, Campos and US F1 were selected by the FIA late last month to join Ferrari, McLaren, BMW, Renault, Toyota, Toro Rosso, Red Bull, Williams, Brawn and Force India on next year's grid.

Although they initially signed up for the now-discarded budget cap regulations, if the new teams do go on to debut next year, F1 will boast a full grid of 26 cars.

Representing Yorkshire-based Manor Grand Prix at the Nurburgring meeting will be its technical director Nick Wirth, Germany's Auto Motor und Sport reports.

 

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